Anti-Fraud Resources

Although fraud is directed at everyone, scam artists seem to particularly love to take advantage of artists.  Since many artists are also small businesses (which is another favorite target), fighting fraud can be a major issue.  The following resources will get you started.

AT&T’s Fraud Education Center  

Call for Action

National Fraud Information Center

The Council of Better Business Bureaus
or your local Better Business Bureau

Federal Trade Commission
6th and Pennsylvania Ave. N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20580

Securities and Exchange Commission 

United States Postal Service
Mail Fraud complaints may be directed to the U.S. Postal Inspection Service at (800)372-8347 or

Your State Attorney General


Spam email is very, very likely to be some form of fraud.  Fight spammers with the following resources: