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David N. Kirkman
Task Force Alert Chair
Asst Attorney General
Consumer Protection
NC Department of
P.O. Box 629
Raleigh, NC 27602

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Senior Consumer Fraud Task Force

The North Carolina Senior Consumer Fraud Task Force was established in 1998 by the Office of the Attorney General, the North Carolina Division of Aging and Adult Services and AARP to fight consumer fraud that targets seniors in our State. Federal, state and local law enforcement, consumer networks, crime prevention agencies and the state's aging network have formed an alliance to take action against consumer fraud.




  • To identify consumer fraud and deceptive trade practices in North Carolina in order to enhance awareness and prevention.
  • To educate older North Carolinians about fraud and how to avoid being victimized; and, also what to do if they are defrauded.
  • To use volunteers as a resource for law enforcement in the fight against fraud.
  • To link various agencies to provide updated information on fraud and deceptive practices occurring in the state that target seniors.


If you or someone you know becomes a victim of fraud, please contact:

Local law enforcement authorities or the
North Carolina Attorney General's Office
Consumer Protection Section
Post Office Box 629
Raleigh, NC 27602

Last updated May 14, 2013

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