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DON'T BE A VICTIM




 
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Protect Yourself
U.S. Postal Inspection Service video

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Fraud is one of the few crimes in which victims can decline to participate—if they recognize the warning signs.

Lee Heath, Former Chief Postal Inspector, 2005

 
       
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