Better Business Bureau launches new tool to help people identify scams
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Better Business Bureau is launching a new tool to help people and businesses identify scams.
Scam tracker was launched in 2015 nationwide and it's estimated to have saved consumers who checked the website $31 million. Federal Trade Commission data says consumers reported losing $5.8 billion to fraud in 2021.
BBB's new scam tracker is now available and it can be used on a desktop or mobile device, making it easier to double-check suspicious calls, texts or emails, and to report one.
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