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(KSL News) The U.S. Postal Service is stepping up its efforts to warn people against financial fraud.
It has launched a large scale media campaign to warn people about possible schemes, including fake check scams.
A survey shows nearly one in five Americans admitted that they or a family member have been victimized by a financial scam.
The Postal Service says most scam artists will ask that a person cash a fake check and wire back some of the money. Officials say they've seized more than half-a-million fake checks worldwide this year.
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