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The more information you can gather from a potential scam artist, the more helpful it will be to authorities in their efforts to identifying security scams and apprehending criminals engaged in scam activity. Here's information authorities may find helpful:
If the State Farm® name was used in connection with a scam, we would appreciate knowing about it, whether or not you are a State Farm customer. You can help us by identifying security scams and help authorities by notifying a local State Farm agent or other authorized State Farm representative and providing the information above.
Consider notifying the following authorities to report a suspected scam:
If you provided any personal or private information to a suspected scam artist, such as information about your insurance policies, financial accounts, or credit cards, or if you otherwise responded to the scam, contact local law enforcement authorities immediately.
If you provided financial or account information, contact the appropriate financial entities to report the possible fraud:
You will also want to carefully monitor any potentially affected bank or credit card statements or credit reports for fraudulent or suspicious activity.
State Farm offers the following information about security safeguards and identity theft:
Visit the following web sites: