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The Elder Locator Services Hotline at 800-677-1116 can assist in finding various kinds of elder services in most communities throughout the U.S.
Contact these agencies in writing to have your name removed from many
mailing lists and phone lists (frequently used by telemarketers:
Contact these credit reporting agencies to request credit reports or
report fraudulent activity:
Also, state Attorney General Offices, county Legal Aid Associations, consumer protection agencies and some county or state bar associations (for elders) may have programs which may assist victims of fraud schemes, or provide information on avoiding scams.