U.S. Law

Without Major Changes – More Americans Could Be Victims Of Online Crime – By Congresswoman Abigail Spanberger

Without Major Changes - More Americans Could Be Victims Of Online Crime By Congresswoman Abigail Spanberger Provided by SCARS In The Public Interest Tackling The Out Of Control Threat From Cybercrime Portions courtesy of THE HILL When you turn on the TV or read the newspaper, it’s hard to ignore the headlines: “Colonial Pipeline a Victim of Massive Ransomware Attack.” “50 Million People Affected by T-Mobile Data Breach.” “Hackers [...]

United States Crime Victims’ Rights Laws by State or Territory

United States Crime Victims’ Rights Laws by State or Territory Provided by SCARS Courtesy of the NCVLI U.S. Victims’ Rights Law by State or Territory Click on the state or territory below to view its current victims’ rights laws Links will load a PDF file containing the victims' rights statutes for that state or territory. Alabama Nebraska Alaska Nevada Arizona New Hampshire Arkansas New Jersey California New Mexico Colorado New [...]

Banks May Have To Give You Your Money Back – U.S. Banking Change

A SCARS Money Recovery Alert - U.S. Banking Change Something Important Has Happened In U.S. Banking That Potentially Affects Scam Victims United States Banking Regulation A SCARS Insight A Seismic Shift Has Happened In U.S. Banking Responsibility For Scams! IF YOU SENT OR LOST MONEY TO A SCAMMER THROUGH A BANK TRANSACTION OR ACCOUNT YOU SHOULD READ THIS What is the difference between a fraud and a scam? [...]