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‘This nomination threatens our free-market economy and individual sovereignty in financial decision-making’
Attorneys General concerned for safety and well-being of children, examining potential violations of consumer protection laws
ATLANTA, GA – Attorney General Chris Carr is recognizing International Fraud Awareness Week, Nov. 14 - 20, 2021, by encouraging Georgia consumers to learn the red flags of a scam to protect their personal and financial information.
ATLANTA, GA - Attorney General Chris Carr yesterday wrote the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in support of its efforts to reduce illegal robocallers’ access to legitimate phone numbers. Often, bad actors will use verified phone numbers to make unending robocalls in an attempt to scam Georgians out of their hard-earned money.
‘This outcome is a victory for integrity in prosecutions and the rule of law’
ATLANTA, GA —Attorney General Chris Carr today announced the sentencing of Johnathan Blackmon for crimes involving financial transaction card fraud and forgery in the third degree.
ATLANTA, GA —Attorney General Chris Carr today announced the indictment of Jerrmaine Winston Knowles on one count of Racketeering and one count of Giving a False Name and Date of Birth to a Law Enforcement Officer.
‘This directive is intrusive and has been put forth without cause or justification’
ATLANTA, GA – Attorney General Chris Carr is offering important safety tips to help Georgia families prepare for the upcoming Halloween weekend.
ATLANTA, GA – Attorney General Chris Carr is warning Atlanta Braves fans to look out for ticket scams ahead of this week’s World Series games. Major sporting events present an opportunity for scammers to exploit consumers through the sale of fake, void or stolen tickets on the secondary market. Ticket scams not only pose a risk for financial theft, but consumers may also fall victim to identity theft if both financial and personal information is provided as part of the transaction.