Attorney General unveils quarterly newsletter aimed at informing and protecting Colorado consumers

DENVER — Colorado Attorney General John Suthers unveiled today a new initiative aimed at keeping Colorado consumers apprised of the latest scams. The Colorado Consumer Fraud Awareness newsletter, a quarterly digital publication, will deliver information on emerging fraud schemes as well as information about common scams and how consumers can avoid falling victim to both.

“Information is the best weapon we have to combat and prevent fraud,” Suthers said. “Through this newsletter, Coloradans will be able to better prepare themselves to recognize and avoid scams.”

Consumers can sign up to receive the newsletter at www.coloradoattorneygeneral.gov/fraudawareness. In addition to the quarterly newsletter, consumers also will receive periodic fraud alerts about new and emerging scams. The Office of the Attorney General will circulate the newsletter in conjunction with AARP ElderWatch.

To learn more about the Office of the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Section and its recent cases, visit www.coloradoattorneygeneral.gov.

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