Scams

Home Repair Scams

How to tell if a contractor might be a con artist: Read these handy tips to avoid getting scammed on home repairs.

Phone Scams

More than just being an irritating, unsolicited caller, phone scammers are predators and want you to willingly give up your money, usually out of fear. Learn how to identify phone scams and get additional tips on how to avoid phone scams by watching this video

Identity Theft

If someone is using your personal or financial information to make purchases, get benefits, file taxes, or commit fraud, that's identity theft. This booklet can guide you through the recovery process.

IRS Scams

Scammers are now taking advantage of tax payers and hoping to cash in on the anxiety many people have as April 15 approaches. Watch a video of the warning signs of an IRS scam.

Charitable Giving Scams

How can you tell the difference between a legitimate charity and a scammer? Scammers have several tricks up their sleeves to convince people to donate. Get tips for not falling victim to charitable giving scams.

Warrant Scams

They tell you that you or a loved one has an arrest warrant, but that you can take care of it by paying money immediately. Listen to an example of a warrant scam phone call and know that we will never call and ask for money for an outstanding warrant.

Dating Scams

Sometimes an online crush turns out to be a con artist, and the true cost can add up to more than a broken heart. Watch this video and learn how to stay safe when dating online.

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    Deputy Scott Sickafoose
    720-874-4040

    Deputy Jason Presley
    720-874-3695