Attorney General Ashley Moody released the 2023 Hurricane Preparedness guide. The guide contains information about major storm events, preparing property for a hurricane strike and avoiding scams that may arise before, during and in the aftermath of a storm.
Download the Fast Facts on Fentanyl Toolkit, an informational resource for parents to help protect children from digital drug dealers online. The toolkit highlights how drug dealers are utilizing social media to sell illicit substances.
The Attorney General’s No Scam reporting app helps consumers quickly and effectively report price gouging during a declared state of emergency. The app allows consumers to attach pictures, copies of receipts and more when reporting suspected price gouging—directly from smart phones.
The Attorney General’s Price Gouging Hotline is now activated for Idalia. During a storm-related declared state of emergency, state law prohibits excessive increases in the price of essential commodities, such as equipment, food, gasoline, hotel rooms, ice, lumber and water needed as a direct result of the event.
After a storm strikes, recovery can be a grueling process that scammers may attempt to exploit. To help Floridians avoid falling victim to scams that may occur in the aftermath of a hurricane, Attorney General Moody released Scams at a Glance: After the Storm.