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Call AARP's Fraud Watch Helpline for Aid Fighting Fraud Skip to content

The AARP Fraud Resource Center can help you spot and avoid common scams. Visit today!


Suspect a Scam? AARP's Fraud Helpline Can Help

If you suspect you are being targeted by a fraud or scam, call AARP’s toll-free helpline.


Call the helpline for assistance in spotting and stopping frauds. If you, a relative or a friend has been victimized, learn what to do next to protect yourself and others.

The free service is available on weekdays from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. ET.

AARP’s Fraud Watch Network provides the service to AARP members and nonmembers.

Translation services are available to callers in 240 languages.

"I like helping people and empowering them. Often victims feel like they have lost control; I strive to give them the resources and confidence to regain that control. Additionally, it’s important that all of our callers know that they are important and that their voice has been heard.," said Sandy, AARP Fraud Watch Network Helpline volunteer.

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