From a News Release by WV Attorney General Patrick Morrisey
CHARLESTON — As part of National Consumer Protection Week, which began today, Attorney General Patrick Morrisey unveiled a schedule of events for consumers to go to throughout the state to learn more about scams and protecting their identity. 

 
“Mobile office hours and educational booths planned by our Office this week will be a very helpful resource for consumers to learn about the latest scams and how they can protect their personal, identifiable information,” Attorney General Morrisey said. “One of our Office’s goals during National Consumer Protection week is to educate local consumers with the information and tools necessary to help them avoid being taken advantage of or losing their hard-earned money to a scam.”
 
The mobile office hours and informational booths hosted by the Office’s consumer outreach and compliance specialists are scheduled as follows: The mobile office hours are open to the public; reservations are not required. 

“Our office hopes to see consumers at one of the events in their community to answer questions, listen to concerns, and educate them on how our Office can help protect them from scammers,” Morrisey said.
 
If you believe you have been the victim of a scam or an unscrupulous business, call the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division at 800-368-8808 or the Eastern Panhandle field office in Martinsburg at 304-267-0239. To file a report online, go to www.wvago.gov.