While digital fraud has continued to grow with the advancements of technology, scammers continue to send out fraudulent schemes by mail in an effort to defraud consumers of their hard earned money.
Whether the scheme involve supposed free airline tickets or sea cruises, to phony work-at-home schemes and cashier check scams, to fake lottery schemes, consumers should be wary of any one of the innumerable offers received through the mail.
Receive a Fraudulent Call?
- Have you received a call saying you won the lottery? If so, learn more in the Telemarketing Fraud Center.
Inundated with pre-screened offers in the mail?
- Visit www.optoutprescreen.com to Opt In or Opt Out of being included in lists creditors and insurers use to make firm offers of credit or insurance.
Want to Learn More?
- Visit the Fraud Center for additional information on ways to protect yourself.
Victim of Fraud?
- Report fraud or suspicious activity.
Sign Up For Fraud Alerts
Register here for the Consumer Fraud Bulletin to receive fraud alerts and tips to keep you safe.
Office of the Attorney General
Consumer Protection Section
Colorado Department of Law
Ralph L. Carr Judicial Building
1300 Broadway, 7th Floor
Denver, CO 80203