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Senior Citizen Defrauded By Sweepstakes Scams Wins Big With The National Telemarketing Victim Call Center And Recovers $14,000.00
Date:6/19/2010

ll hand deliver the money to Mrs. Feldman at the end of the month and do a special one-on-one scam education session with her, that will include going to Mrs. Feldman’s local bank branch and setting up some safeguards with her branch manager.

NTVCC has been working with Mrs. Feldman over the past three months, and in such a short time, we have seen a change in her patterns. Mrs. Feldman will now admit “it’s a scam” and rips up sweepstakes offers that come in the mail.

Roslyn Feldman is a winner, she won big with the National Telemarketing Victim Call Center, and will continue to win every day she does not fall for sweepstakes scams.

The National Telemarketing Victim Call Center (NTVCC) is a nonprofit organization that provides education and prevention services to older consumers who have been victimized or are at risk of being victimized by Mass Marketing Fraud. We are primarily funded through the AARP Foundation as a result of a settlement fund with the National Association of Attorney Generals. Based in Los Angeles we work closely with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigations, the California Department of Corporations, U.S. Postal Inspection Service and the California Attorney General.

With a combination of part time staff and a large contingent of volunteers, each year we provide one-on-one counseling to over 150,000 consumers. Most of these counseling sessions happen over the telephone when we call a consumer whose name and telephone number appear on a lead sheet or “mooch” lists seized by law enforcement when a “boiler room” or telemarketing sales operation has been closed down.

NTVCC counsels individual as well as groups of consumers regarding the appropriate agencies to complain to in order for them to be included on any victim or restitution list. NTVCC also forwards offering material and names of help
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