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National Crime Prevention Council and the FINRA Investor Education Foundation
Partner To Reduce Investment Fraud Among Consumers Nationally
Two organizations join forces to equip law enforcement and their communities with tools to prevent and report financial fraud
According to the FBI’s latest Financial Crimes Report to the Public, investigations of securities and commodities fraud, also known as investment fraud, have increased by 52 percent since 2008. Additionally, investment fraud is largely underreported, and perpetrators often target retired citizens and seniors. Considering that 77 million baby boomers will be retiring over the next 20 years, as reported by AARP, incidences of investment fraud are likely to increase further.
Download your free copy of NCPC’s 2013-2014 Crime Prevention Month Kit, which was created with the FINRA Investor Education Foundation: Protecting Our Assets: Keeping Communities Safe from Financial Fraud.
For a sample of the type of resources available for use, visit www.SaveAndInvest.org/FraudCenter.