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BUILDING AWARENESS

Raising public awareness of mortgage fraud is the first step in effectively assisting victims of mortgage fraud and helping homeowners make smart decisions. In this section, you’ll find multimedia resources—from printables to public service announcements (PSAs) to online videos—to raise awareness of mortgage fraud and the warning signs of potential fraud schemes.

Tips for Using these Resources

If you:

  •     are a concerned community member—consider asking local
        radio stations to air one of the 30- or 60-second PSAs

  •     are a victim service provider—keep a stack of palm cards
        in your office for victims to take with them and share
        with family and friends

  •     feel you might be at risk for mortgage fraud—read the
        “Beware of Mortgage Fraud” flier and/or watch one of the
         online news videos to learn about the red flags

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





LINKS
Fliers
Victim of Mortgage Fraud Crime Flier
Victim of Mortgage Fraud Crime Flier (Spanish)
Beware Mortgage Fraud Flier

Palm Cards
Victim of Mortgage Fraud Crime Palm Card
Victim of Mortgage Fraud Crime Palm Card (Spanish)
Beware of Mortgage Fraud Palm Card

Posters
Victim of Mortgage Fraud Crime Poster
Victim of Mortgage Fraud Crime Poster (Spanish)
Beware of Mortgage Fraud Poster

Audio:
All Shapes and Sizes (30 seconds) Download here!
All Shapes and Sizes (60 seconds) Download here!
Homework (English – 30 seconds) Download here!
Homework (English – 60 seconds) Download here!
Homework (Spanish – 30 seconds) Download here!
Homework (Spanish – 60 seconds) Download here!

Videos:
Mortgage Fraud Online News Video
Senior Financial Fraud Online News Video

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This project is supported by Grant 2011-VF-GX-K021, awarded by the Office for Victims of Crime,Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this document are those of the contributors and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Justice.

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