|EcommerceBytes-NewsFlash, Number 4052 - March 06, 2017 - ISSN 1539-5065 2 of 2|
Lisa Whitehead published the following post on the USPS corporate blog:
The Postal Service is partnering with the U.S. Postal Inspection Service (USPIS) to promote National Consumer Protection Week (NCPW) March 5-11, 2017. NCPW is a federal program that provides information and services to consumers in an effort to improve their ability to protect themselves and loved ones from fraud. As we embark upon this awareness campaign, it is vital that we all do our part in helping to combat fraud.
The purpose of NCPW is to educate employees as well as the general public about scams that, in particular, target older Americans. We all have a responsibility to heighten our own awareness in order to help others that may be susceptible and easily targeted. Vulnerability to scams is an unfortunate part of aging. Each day we learn of seniors that are being taken advantage of by expert con artists that propose believable scams by telephone, through the mail and over the internet.
Fraud prevention is key
How to prevent fraud
See the full post on the USPS corporate blog:
Source: USPS Corporate Blog Post
Pitney Bowes to Launch Ecommerce and Payments Platform - May 26, 2017
UPS Invests in New Technologies to Boost Capacity - May 25, 2017
Two Million People Sign Up for USPS Informed Delivery - May 23, 2017
Descartes Buys ShipRush for Its Ecommerce Expertise - May 22, 2017
Which Sellers Can Benefit from On-Demand Fulfillment? - May 14, 2017
About the author:
This was sourced from an industry announcement or company-issued press release.
You may quote up to 50 words of any article on the condition that you attribute the article to
EcommerceBytes.com and either link to the original article or to www.EcommerceBytes.com.
All other use is prohibited.
Email this story to a friend.
2 of 2