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Maine Attorney General Janet Mills tells an Augusta audience that informed consumers are better prepared to avoid being a victim of identity theft and investment scams.
On a sunny July morning, you likely aren’t thinking about the damage hailstones and heavy wind pounding your home. A coalition of groups think you should, or else you could be fleeced by scammers.