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Scam Jam Bend 2015
Register now to attend Scam Jam Bend on September 30 – it’s free. Learn how to spot scams and fraud designed to steal your money and identity.

Two new Oregon rules open opportunities for Oregon businesses to raise funds for new or expanding projects. The rules create exemptions that allow businesses to raise money with reduced regulation while ensuring investors are protected. Click here for more information

Debt Collection Scam
Ignore the call supposedly from the U.S. Treasury Department telling you that they are collecting an outstanding debt for an unspecified financial institution and will arrest you if you don't pay immediately by credit card or a reloadable card - it's a scam. With some exceptions, most collection agencies doing business in Oregon must be registered. Check here to verify or call 503-378-4140.

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State fines Sisters woman for taking $700,000 in investor money - September 3, 2015

AG Rosenblum and DCBS sue predatory title loan operator - August 18, 2015

State offers free retirement readiness seminars to employers, employees - July 23, 2015


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