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Feds warn of scams amid infant formula shortage

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The FTC said that scammers are trying to trick desperate parents into paying steep prices for formula that never arrives.
3 months ago·Washington, United States

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Feds issue urgent warning on baby formula scams exploiting shortage

An urgent new warning from the Federal Trade Commission is sounding the alarm that thieves have begun to swarm the baby formula shortage for their own illicit profit.

3 months ago·United States
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CNBC

Scammers are taking advantage of a baby formula shortage, Federal Trade Commission warns

Parents and caregivers are paying exorbitant prices for baby formula that never arrives, according to the Federal Trade Commission.

3 months ago·United States
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CBS News

Scammers seeking to exploit baby formula shortage, FTC warns

Cybercriminals "have sunk to new lows" in targeting parents who struggling to find food for their babies, agency says.

3 months ago·New York, United States
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abc 6 Philadelphia

FTC warning: Scammers are using baby formula shortage to prey on desperate parents

The Better Business Bureau said scammers can appear legitimate, posting ads or commenting on reputable Facebook groups offering to sell formula.

3 months ago·Philadelphia, United States
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Denver 7 News

Feds warn of scams amid infant formula shortage

The FTC said that scammers are trying to trick desperate parents into paying steep prices for formula that never arrives.

3 months ago·Denver, United States
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MarketWatch

FTC warns mothers that baby-formula scammers are 'exploiting' family fears over shortage, says criminals have 'sunk to new lows'

The federal agency cautioned parents desperate for formula to think twice before buying from unfamiliar sources.

3 months ago·United States
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