Fraud Awareness

Enramex Inc., strives to help you prevent fraud, however, fraud prevention is everyone’s responsibility. Therefore, the best you can do to prevent becoming a victim of fraud is to be aware, educate yourself and use good judgment and learn how to spot the warning signs of a scam or scammer before it’s too late.
Be cautious of scams perpetrated by dishonest individuals asking you to send money. If you suspect that you are being a victim of a scam or fraud, call us immediately at 1-877-707-7711 or 303-291-6000. We also encourage you to contact your local law enforcement authorities and other consumer protection resources.

                                      HELP PREVENT FRAUD
• If you are sending money:
o To claim a lottery or prize winnings, or on a promise of receiving a large amount of                money;
o To pay a fee to claim a “guaranteed” credit card or loan;
o To respond to an Internet or phone offer that you are not sure is honest
o To someone you don’t know or whose identity you can’t verify;
o For an emergency situation you haven’t confirmed in another country;
o For a deposit or payment on a rental property;
o To pay taxes to the IRS;
o For a donation to charity;
o For a job opportunity;
o For a mystery shopping assignment;
o To resolve an immigration matter; or
o To pay for something in response to a telemarketing call.
                       PLEASE STOP, DO NOT SEND YOUR MONEY!
If any of the above apply to you at any time, or you are concerned about the money you are about to send, please speak to one of our agents to assist you in determining whether you may be a victim of fraud.

Some Third-Party Resources for Fraud Prevention and Reporting:

Federal Trade Commission:
Better Business Bureau
Find and Report a Scam | Better Business Bureau (
Fraud and scams | Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (