Grand Canyon, Arizona

Arizona lies somewhere in the middle of most rank reports concerning fraud and cybercrimes. Extortion, elder fraud, security breaches, cryptocurrency-crimes, and door fraud are amongst the most prevalent scamming activities within the state. Our online business directory for Arizona protects the general public by keeping track of the rising crime rate.

File a complaint or write business reviews to participate in our scam watch.

Quick Facts about Arizona

Arizona is the 6th largest and 14th most populous state in the country. The Copper State and its neighboring states, New Mexico, Utah, and Colorado, form the Four Corner region. Other surrounding states include California and Nevada.

The state lost over $47,058,842 due to cybercrimes in the past year.

Here’s a cursory glance at state crime stats:

  • Population: 7,278,717
  • Largest City: Phoenix
  • Fraud Rates: It ranks 18th in the country for the most registered frauds.
  • Identity Theft: Estimated complaints reached 10,744 in 2019.
  • Cybercrime: 2,119 cybercrimes reported in recent years.



Fighting Fraud/Cybercrimes

The Grand Canyon State remains one of the most popular tourist states in the country. Due to this, it has become a hotspot for fraudulent schemes and cybercrimes. Scammers are equally focused on ripping off senior citizens through malicious schemes.

Our interactive database lets users file a complaint and write business reviews about local merchants and vendors.

We track:

  • Online/In-person frauds & scams
  • Identity theft and misuse of personal details
  • Cybercrimes and malicious behavior

Your filed reports are used for statewide investigations so that the local authorities have an easier time distinguishing real businesses from scams.

What’s More?

Local businesses can register themselves to our online business directory for Arizona.  Becoming part of the program increases credibility and authority. We coordinate and update the database frequently to raise awareness.

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Together, we can support the state and keep the community safe from malicious activities.