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Fraud is broadly defined as:
People are defrauded in a multitude of ways: over the phone, in person, on the internet, in legitimate marketplaces, in professional and social associations, and even at church.
Seniors, who hold much of the nation’s wealth, are the number one target of con-artists, and by modest estimates, lose at least $3 billion to fraudsters annually. But recent research by the Federal Trade Commission suggests that millennials may be even more vulnerable to scams than seniors.
Many KansasMoney.gov agency partners specialize in investigating and preventing specific types of fraud. The chief prosecutor of fraud in our state is the Kansas Attorney General. Please visit the Attorney General’s consumer protection website, In Your Corner Kansas, to stay abreast of the latest scams taking place in Kansas.
Below, you’ll find links to different types of fraud. As you read, you will learn how to recognize, resist and report fraud, and how to recover if you have been a victim of fraud.