Arizona Attorney General

Mark Brnovich

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Fight Scam Calls Pilot Program

INFORMATION FOR PARTICIPANTS

The Arizona Attorney General’s Consumer Protection and Advocacy Section (CPA) knows that receiving bothersome unwanted calls including scam calls and unauthorized recorded "robo" phone calls is a continuing problem for Arizona seniors.

The office is currently conducting a “Fight Scam Calls” pilot program using the help of senior citizens to test call blocking devices to reduce these unwanted calls. The goals of the project are to inform the Attorney General of the prevalence of phone scam activity in the community; determine the effectiveness of call blocking technology; assist the office in helping consumers who might become victims of phone scams; and develop useful educational information for consumers.

We would like to thank the senior citizens who have volunteered to participate in the pilot program. The following materials can be downloaded or printed, if replacement copies are needed:

If you have questions or need technical assistance about the device and its functions, you can first refer to the User Guide in the box, or contact the device manufacturer, CPR:

Website Links:

Frequently Asked Questions

User Guides

Set-up Videos

CPR Technical Support: info@cprcallblocker.com or 408-872-6822

If you have questions about the program or need assistance from our staff:

Email: fightscamcalls@azag.gov
Call: Phoenix: 602-542-2123
         Tucson: 520-628-6648


If you have been the victim or are aware of consumer fraud, you can file a consumer complaint online at consumer-complaint@azag.gov, OR request a form, by mail: Phoenix at 602-542-5753 - Tucson at 520-628-6648.