The collaboration already is earning accolades from local law enforcement agencies.
"The best way to thwart cybercrime and stop members of our community from becoming victims of the numerous financial scams online is through education and awareness," said Colorado Springs Police Chief Vince Niski. "We are very pleased that these two local citizen- and business-protection organizations are working together to help bring attention to online scams and deceptive business practices. The BBB Scam Tracker is an additional tool that our citizens can use to protect themselves from falling victim to these devastating financial crimes."
Visit bbb.org/scamtracker to use the online tool and help prevent cybercrime.
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