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The Flag of Wyoming

On the surface, the Cowboy State appears to be a safe place to live. However, if you compare its cybercrime, consumer fraud, and identity theft rates to its limited population, you will realize that the state needs to safeguard itself against criminals who continue to target its unsuspecting residents and tourists.If you want to help your state fight fraudsters and scammers, use our interactive business directory for Wyoming to track all illegal activities. Use FraudTrac’s platform to file a complaint against exploitive enterprises and individual con artists. Support legitimate local businesses by posting positive reviews about them on our platform to guide Wyoming residents toward them.Register on our interactive platform to support your state with FraudTrac!

Quick Facts about Wyoming

Located in the west-central (Mountain States area) region of the US, Wyoming is the 10th largest and the least populous state in the country. This landlocked state is divided into 23 counties and shares its borders with South Dakota and Nebraska in the east, Idaho in the west, Montana in the north and northwest, Utah in the southwest, and Colorado in the south.

Here’s an overview of Wyoming’s crime stats:

  1. Population:581,075
  2. Largest City:Cheyenne
  3. Fraud Rates:619 cases of consumer fraud were reported in Wyoming per 100,000 citizens in 2020.i
  4. Identity Theft:151 reports of identity thefts were filed per 100,000 residents in the last year.ii
  5. Cybercrime:The state suffered $8,138,463 in losses to 175 cybercrime cases in 2019.iii
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Fighting Fraud/Cybercrimes

Even though Wyoming doesn’t have an alarmingly high rate of consumer frauds, cybercrimes, and other criminal activities, it’s worth noting that the state is the least populous amongst all US states, which puts some much-needed perspective into its relatively safe status.

If you want to stop criminals from targeting you and other Wyoming residents, join hands with FraudTrac. File a complaint against scammers and fraudulent businesses, write business reviews for local service providers, and add to our online business directory for Wyoming.

You can report the following crimes on our platform:

  • Online/In-person frauds & scams
  • Identity theft and misuse of personal details
  • Cybercrimes & cyber attacks & exploitative schemes

We will look into your complaints and collaborate with local and federal authorities to put an end to criminal activity in your state.

f you are a business owner operating out of Wyoming, make sure to register your enterprise on our online database to boost your credibility in the eyes of Wyoming locals and tourists.

Do you want to support FraudTrac in our endeavor to eradicate fraudulent activity in Wyoming?

Contact us today to join our fight against fraud!