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OnGuard Online is moving!

After over 10 years, OnGuard Online is moving to a new home. Like any move, it’s bittersweet. But don’t worry, this isn’t goodbye.

OnGuardOnline.gov is moving to the Federal Trade Commission’s consumer information site. At FTC.gov/OnGuardOnline, you’ll find the same great articles, blog posts, videos, games, and toolkits — to help you stay safe, secure, and responsible online.

Image of moving truck with OnGuard Online logo

OnGuard Online is moving!

After over 10 years, OnGuard Online is moving to a new home. Like any move, it’s bittersweet. But don’t worry, this isn’t goodbye.

OnGuardOnline.gov is moving to the Federal Trade Commission’s consumer information site. At FTC.gov/OnGuardOnline, you’ll find the same great articles, blog posts, videos, games, and toolkits — to help you stay safe, secure, and responsible online.

Image of moving truck with OnGuard Online logo

OnGuard Online is moving!

After over 10 years, OnGuard Online is moving to a new home. Like any move, it’s bittersweet. But don’t worry, this isn’t goodbye.

OnGuardOnline.gov is moving to the Federal Trade Commission’s consumer information site. At FTC.gov/OnGuardOnline, you’ll find the same great articles, blog posts, videos, games, and toolkits — to help you stay safe, secure, and responsible online.

Image of moving truck with OnGuard Online logo

OnGuard Online is moving!

After over 10 years, OnGuard Online is moving to a new home. Like any move, it’s bittersweet. But don’t worry, this isn’t goodbye.

OnGuardOnline.gov is moving to the Federal Trade Commission’s consumer information site. At FTC.gov/OnGuardOnline, you’ll find the same great articles, blog posts, videos, games, and toolkits — to help you stay safe, secure, and responsible online.

Image of moving truck with OnGuard Online logo

OnGuard Online is moving!

After over 10 years, OnGuard Online is moving to a new home. Like any move, it’s bittersweet. But don’t worry, this isn’t goodbye.

OnGuardOnline.gov is moving to the Federal Trade Commission’s consumer information site. At FTC.gov/OnGuardOnline, you’ll find the same great articles, blog posts, videos, games, and toolkits — to help you stay safe, secure, and responsible online.

Image of moving truck with OnGuard Online logo

OnGuard Online is moving!

After over 10 years, OnGuard Online is moving to a new home. Like any move, it’s bittersweet. But don’t worry, this isn’t goodbye.

OnGuardOnline.gov is moving to the Federal Trade Commission’s consumer information site. At FTC.gov/OnGuardOnline, you’ll find the same great articles, blog posts, videos, games, and toolkits — to help you stay safe, secure, and responsible online.

Image of moving truck with OnGuard Online logo

Official-sounding calls about an email hack

There’s a new twist on tech-support scams — you know, the one where crooks try to get access to your computer or sensitive information by offering to “fix” a computer problem that doesn’t actually exist. Lately, we’ve heard reports that people are getting calls from someone claiming to be from the Global Privacy Enforcement Network. Their claim? That your email account has been hacked and is sending fraudulent messages. They say they’ll have to take legal action against you, unless you let them fix the problem right away.

Blog Topic: Avoid Scams

Official-sounding calls about an email hack

There’s a new twist on tech-support scams — you know, the one where crooks try to get access to your computer or sensitive information by offering to “fix” a computer problem that doesn’t actually exist. Lately, we’ve heard reports that people are getting calls from someone claiming to be from the Global Privacy Enforcement Network. Their claim? That your email account has been hacked and is sending fraudulent messages. They say they’ll have to take legal action against you, unless you let them fix the problem right away.

Blog Topic: Avoid Scams

Official-sounding calls about an email hack

There’s a new twist on tech-support scams — you know, the one where crooks try to get access to your computer or sensitive information by offering to “fix” a computer problem that doesn’t actually exist. Lately, we’ve heard reports that people are getting calls from someone claiming to be from the Global Privacy Enforcement Network. Their claim? That your email account has been hacked and is sending fraudulent messages. They say they’ll have to take legal action against you, unless you let them fix the problem right away.

Blog Topic: Avoid Scams

Official-sounding calls about an email hack

There’s a new twist on tech-support scams — you know, the one where crooks try to get access to your computer or sensitive information by offering to “fix” a computer problem that doesn’t actually exist. Lately, we’ve heard reports that people are getting calls from someone claiming to be from the Global Privacy Enforcement Network. Their claim? That your email account has been hacked and is sending fraudulent messages. They say they’ll have to take legal action against you, unless you let them fix the problem right away.

Blog Topic: Avoid Scams

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