One or more of your devices has been compromised. This could include but is not limited to an email takeover, hacked WiFi, unauthorized installation of malicious software or viruses, or file/device control.
Your personal information, credit history, medical identification, insurance or other identifying characteristics was used to make purchases, borrow money, open lines of credit, create bank accounts, open a business, or obtain medical / dental / prescription services without your permission.
You or someone you know has been targeted with online threats, bullying, stalking, exposure of illicit photos or videos with the intent to cause embarrassment, fear, humiliation and/or bodily harm.
If you or someone you know is currently in danger, please immediately call your local law enforcement authorities. DON’T WAIT!
To obtain additional support or resources, please choose the category that best describes the situation.
You made an online transaction (shopping, auctions, travel/vacations, charity, housing) that was part of a fraudulent scheme to trick you, the consumer, into paying for something that does not exist in the way it is (or was) described.
You have been deceived online in a fraudulent scheme performed by a dishonest individual, group, or company in an attempt to obtain money or something else of value. Scams are often confidence tricks, where an individual would misrepresent themselves as someone with skill or authority, i.e. Government, Law Enforcement etc.