Attorney General Ashley Moody issued a Consumer Alert about an increasingly common vacation rental scam that involves the use of fake online ads posted to deceive consumers.
Attorney General Ashley Moody is issuing a Consumer Alert ahead of the federal tax filing deadline to help Floridians avoid common tax scams.
Attorney General Ashley Moody’s Office joined the United States Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission and other state attorneys general in a nationwide sweep to stop tech support scams.
Attorney General Ashley Moody today urged the United States Senate to enact the Telephone Robocall Abuse Criminal Enforcement and Deterrence Act.
Attorney General Ashley Moody’s Opioid Abuse Working Group today released its final report, highlighting recommendations and best practices for fighting the opioid crisis in Florida.
As part of a multistate agreement with Florida, Wells Fargo this week initiated a consumer redress review program for customers harmed by the banks’ alleged violations of consumer protection laws.
Connecticut authorities arrested a Florida man on charges related to bank fraud and identity theft throughout multiple counties in Florida.
Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody announced this week that a company selling fake Twitter followers to celebrities, professional athletes, comedians, television actors and others is permanently banned from the practice.
Attorney General Ashley Moody released the following statement on Governor Ron DeSantis’s selection of Justice Carlos G. Muniz for the Florida Supreme Court.
January is Human Trafficking Prevention Month, and today Attorney General Ashley Moody is raising awareness to fight human trafficking. Attorney General Moody encourages all Floridians to take an active role to help combat this modern-day slavery.