is a grassroots anti-fraud movement founded by fraud victims.
CUFF has worked with thousands of victims who are appalled by the deficiencies
in the criminal justice system that allow thieves to steal
"legally." Over and over victims are told by
police and prosecutors that their theft is a civil dispute which
should be taken to civil court, not criminal court. The
result is that serial thieves, who are generically dubbed as
artists," are able to financially devastate victims over and over
again with little worry about being prosecuted.
you to help stop this travesty. Most law enforcement
officers want to help fraud victims but limited budgets, minimal
police training in fraud investigation and vaguely defined fraud
laws are impeding their efforts.
Many of these con artists
are fugitives with warrants in other jurisdictions. Tell others about the CUFF
fugitive database in order to expand the exposure of the
fugitives in it and join CUFF today to help CUFF 'em tomorrow.
have specific questions relating to your case, please review the
information in CUFF's
Justice for Fraud Victims
section. If you do not find answers to your questions
there, please complete the CUFF
For any other questions, please
You do not need to donate to join CUFF, but If you would like to
support CUFF's crime-fighting efforts, you will be helping your
community and yourself: Make
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CUFF is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation.
CUFF research is provided by professional private
investigators, skip tracers, collectors and volunteers who
have been the victims of fraud and know the difficulty of
obtaining justice without support from others who have already
gone through the system.
As a CUFF member, you will receive updates on
legislation that affect fraud and fugitives. If you have
joined the Fraud
Fighters Registry, CUFF will
e-mail cases to you (without any specific victim information)
that you might be able to help resolve, based on your own
experiences and expertise. But most importantly, by
joining CUFF, you will be part of the nation's fastest growing
anti-fraud movement that is actively working to do something
about the problem. The larger our membership, the greater
our power in the legislatures around the country. We will
e-mail you letters that we recommend you send to your
legislators when we are working on specific case law
reform. We welcome ALL your suggestions and