Scam Solution Center: Information Documents
Tools, Informational Documents, Explanations & Definitions
For: Indebted Fraud Victims, Fraud Victims at Risk of Arrest, Arrested Fraud Victims
Attorney/Client Privilege Waiver: This letter gives your attorney permission to discuss you case with us and lists contact information for our Attorney Liaison Officer, our Chief Fraud Victim Advocate, and the CIO-Law Enforcement Support Division. To obtain a copy of the Client Privilege Waiver, please complete the Arrested Fraud Victim Intake Form or the Fraud Victim at Risk of Arrest Intake Form or write to
Bank and Credit Union deposits - see How to Really Verify a Check or Money Order
Checks and Money Orders - How to Really Verify a Check or Money Order
File a Fraud Report / File a Crime Report - see How to Write a Narrative of Events
How to Really Verify a Check or Money Order: Stay out of debt and stay out of jail - what they don't tell you about checks and account liability.
How to Write a Narrative of events, Brief Format: Tell your story to us, your attorney, or file a crime report to law enforcement in an effective manner. For short-term, relatively straightforward frauds.
How to Write a Narrative of Events, Full-Length Format: Tell your story to us, your attorney, or file a crime report to law enforcement in an effective manner. For long-term, complex frauds. Includes section for a Middleman in a fraud.
Law Enforcement - see You and Law Enforcement
Law Enforcement Jurisdictions - WHERE TO REPORT A SCAM: Talking to the right jurisdiction and navigating your way through the law enforcement system without wasting your time
Threats from scammers - how to handle them, what to do
Wire Transfer Systems - How funds transfer systems really work, who uses them
You and Law Enforcement - An arrested scam victim's guide to understanding law enforcement.
You and Your Attorney - A scam victim's guide to working with your civil or criminal defense attorney (public or private).