Tennessee AG Announces Formation Of Nationwide Anti-Robocall Litigation Task Force

Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III Announced That Tennessee Is Joining A Nationwide Anti-Robocall Litigation Task Force Of 50 Attorneys General To Investigate And Take Legal Action Against The Telecommunications Companies Responsible For Bringing A Majority Of Foreign Robocalls Into The United States. This Bipartisan Nationwide Task Force Has One Goal: To Cut Down On Illegal Robocalls.

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Tennessee’s Small Business Owners Targeted By New Scam

A Scam Has Recently Resurfaced Targeting Businesses With A Deceptive Mailer From A Company That Goes By Two Names: Tennessee Certificate Service And TN Certificate Of Existence Filing Company.

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Where Does TN Rank Among States With The Worst Auto Fraud?

There Were Over 120,000 Reported Auto Fraud And Scam Cases In The U.S. In 2020. Drivers Who Are Unfortunate To Do Business With A Dishonest Mechanic Or Dealership Can Be Tricked Out Of Hundreds If Not Thousands Of Dollars. In Tennessee, Auto Fraud Complaints Are More Likely Than In The Typical State.

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Tips On Dealing With Home And Auto Damage After March Storms

The Tennessee Department Of Commerce And Insurance (TDCI) Has Shared Important Consumer Information About Filing Insurance Claims, Hiring contractors For Home Repairs, Home Safety And Avoiding Scams For Tennesseans Who may Have Sustained Home Or Auto Damage From The Tragic Storms That Swept Across Tennessee.

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Scammers Targeting Tennesseans Amid Pandemic

The Internal Revenue Service is warning Tennessee residents about a new batch of scams related to COVID-19.

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Robocall Scams Proliferating Chattanooga And Tennessee Valley

The person or group who is initiating the robocalls claims on the call that the customer has a past due bill, that there is an EPB truck in the neighborhood and that their services will be disconnected shortly if they do not contact them immediately on a 1-800 number.

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