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Purpose
  • Social inclusion
  • Employment
The resources are available for migrants that have recently arrived in the United States. These resources are offered as a Handbook and posters with useful information and quick tips to help recent refugees and immigrants avoid scams and protect their personal information. The material can also be downloaded and printed for offline reading. It is available in Amharic, Arabic, Dari, French, Somali and Spanish.
Title Avoiding scams in the US (Refugees & Migrants)
Date launched 2015
Duration Ongoing
Type of Resource Digital Resources
Purpose Employment
Social Inclusion
Online or Blended OL
Learning objectives The resources aim to enhance the knowledge and skills of migrants that are looking for a job, going through the immigration process, or just figuring out how things work. Specifically, migrants will be able to spot, avoid and report scams and find the right kind of help.
Target group Refugees and Migrants looking for a job in the US
Evaluation results/ monitoring plan N/A
Recognition or certification of learning N/A
Financing and sustainability model Federal Trade Commission Consumer Information
Leading Organization Federal Trade Commission Consumer Information
Contact Person Contact form: https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/contact-us
Website https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/features/feature-0033-avoiding-scams-information-recent-refugees-and-immigrants