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If you were a victim of fraud via the Internet, file a report with your local police and the Internet Crime Complaint Center (ICCC), a partnership between the FBI and the National White Collar Crime Center.
If you used Fidelity Express to send money as a result of a scam, contact Fidelity Express at (800) 621-8030.
Almost all money fraud starts with contact from a stranger. Protect yourself, never send money to someone you don’t know.
There are several organizations that provide information to help protect you from fraud.
If you believe you may be a victim of fraud or you suspect fraud on a Fidelity Express transaction that has not yet been received, please contact our Consumer Care team at 800-621-8030.
The more you know, the safer you’ll be and less likely to become a victim of fraud.
Here are our most frequently asked fraud-related questions.
How do you protect yourself from fraudsters who want to steal your money? Learn their tricks. Use common sense and follow the tips here. It’s up to you whether fraudsters win. Remember, every scam can succeed or fail based on whether or not you participate. Tips to protect yourself from wire transfer fraud.
Watch out for criminals who make phone calls to people they don’t know in order to steal.
They will pretend you know them. They will tell you convincing stories, and then they will ask you to send wire or send them money.
If you are ever a victim of fraud we suggest you report it to your local law enforcement. Below is a list of other resources that may be helpful in your reporting of an incident or researching a potential fraudulent situation.