EDUCATION & AWARENESS
Keys In Scam Prevention
Education and awareness is key in scam prevention initiatives. We firmly believe that knowledge is our most powerful tool in the fight against scams. This belief underpins our robust Education and Awareness Campaign, designed to equip you with the understanding you need to effectively combat and prevent scams in your daily life.
The campaign is multifaceted, involving a variety of strategies to reach different demographics and cater to various learning styles. Through your donations, we hope to hold regular workshops and webinars, where scam prevention experts explain scam mechanics and share the latest prevention strategies.
Our initiatives extend to schools, colleges, and public social groups such as Rotary Club, Elks Lodge, Kiwanis, and other service clubs. Presentations can be requested through our website. These presentations will be funded through donations, with no fees to the requestor. Presentations will be done by one of our experienced cadre of presenters, comprised mainly of retired law enforcement.
Education And Awareness Process
What It’s All About
- Scam outreach presentations to public social groups (Kiwanis, Rotary, Elks, etc.)
- Seminar and conference presentations
- Senior community center presentations
- College and university outreach
Our Outreach Program
The video below provides an excellent overview of our Education and Awareness Program here at Stamp Out Scams.
How We Can Help
We firmly believe in the power of knowledge as the first line of defense against scamming practices. Our Outreach Program has been designed to equip people with the critical information they need to stay safe in today’s increasingly interconnected world.
In the above video, you can get an in-depth look at how we’re spreading our mission of scam prevention. Our Outreach Program is a comprehensive initiative that includes interactive workshops, webinars, and information sessions delivered by our dedicated team of experts. These programs are designed to raise awareness about various types of scams, such as email phishing, lottery fraud, identity theft, and online shopping scams, among others.
But we don’t stop at raising awareness. Stamp Out Scams also provides resources and assistance to those who have fallen victim to scams. Our helpline and resource library are here to provide you with immediate assistance, and our partnerships with law enforcement and financial institutions ensure you get the best possible help to recover.
Together, we can create a safer digital world. Join us on our mission to Stamp Out Scams. Every step you take, every piece of knowledge you gain, and every scam you prevent moves us closer to a world free from the threat of these malicious activities.
What A Scam Victim Looks Like
Don’t Become A Victim
On each of our “Impact of Giving” pages, you will find the below photo gallery. We have named this gallery“What A Scam Victim Looks Like.”
We include these photo galleries to serve as a stark reminder that these victims look like your friend, your family member or just about anyone you might meet in public. Remember that if a scam can happen to them, it can happen to anyone. Scam victims don’t all look or sound the same. They come in all different shapes, sizes, ethnicities, etc.
When it comes to becoming a victim of a scam, it could happen to anyone! Scammers and scams do not recognize boundaries and are only driven by a potential financial reward.