How to Identify and Avoid Package Delivery Scams

Fraudsters following online shopping and home delivery trends during the pandemic are adapting their scams to steal your money and information. This holiday season, learn the warning signs of package delivery scams.

 

Peer-to-Peer Mobile Payment Apps Attract Scammers

As Americans grow comfortable using peer-to-peer mobile payment apps, scammers see opportunities for quick and often anonymous access to cash. Learn more about P2P scams.

 

Businesses Can Avoid Having Legitimate Calls Blocked

Phone companies and their partner service providers look for suspicious calling patterns to proactively block unwanted and illegal calls. The FCC shares best practices to help legitimate businesses avoid having their calls blocked or labeled as spam by mistake: Call Blocking Tools and Resources

 

Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255

988 to Become National Suicide Prevention Hotline by July 2022: Click to learn more

  

 

Consumer Guides

Avoid Bill SurprisesWhat is caller ID spoofing and how does it work? Get helpful tips about what you can do if you think you're being spoofed.

 
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Remember to Rescan

TV channels may have recently changed in your area. Learn what you should do to ensure you're receiving all available channels. What to Watch For | Remember to Rescan

  

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Getting Connected to Broadband

Broadband improves lives for people of all ages, from connecting far-flung family members and friends to providing easy online access to a virtual world of goods and services. Learn more about how you can - and why you should - get connected.

  

Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau

The Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau develops and implements the FCC's consumer policies and serves as the agency's connection to the American consumer.