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The Federal Trade Commission’s consumer education specialist, Amy Hebert, wrote in an April 2, 2015, FTC blog about a false prize scam circula…

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The Internal Revenue Service, in the Jan. 6 issue of its IRS Newswire, warns taxpayers “to watch out for identity theft at tax time.”

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The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.’s fall 2014 Consumer News offers consumers suggestions for traveling safely with their money.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau published in December the consumer advisory, "7 ways to keep medical debt in check."

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