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Various jurisdictions accept fraud reports. It's a good idea to report any fraud attempts, especially any that are successful as there may be a chance of getting your money back, or at least making sure others are not victimized in the same way. We suggest starting with local law enforcement so that other people in your community can be alerted to the scammers. But consider notifying the State and Federal authorities too.
From a 2020 press release, "If you believe you are a victim of fraud, or know a senior who may be, regardless of financial loss, report the incident to the FBI Anchorage Field Office at 907-276-4441, online at tips.fbi.gov, or through the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center at www.ic3.gov.'
From the website, "You may file a complaint with the IC3 if you believe you have been the victim of an Internet crime or if you want to file on behalf of another person you believe has been such a victim." You'll be asked for specific information about the suspected crime.
From the website, "Your report is shared with more than 3,000 law enforcers. We can't resolve your individual report, but we use reports to investigate and bring cases against fraud, scams, and bad business practices."
Cellular/Internet Service Providers
In addition to reporting scam calls, texts and emails to the government, we also suggesting contacting your phone or internet service provider (ISP). They won't be able to get your money back if you lost any, but they can work at blocking scammers from their networks.