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Wise Giving Tips for the Holiday Season

Wise Giving Tips for the Holiday Season

Secretary of State Scott Gessler today reminded Coloradans to be vigilant of potential charity scams during the holiday season. Many Coloradans are generous during the holidays, donating to fund the good work charities do in communities across the state. Unfortunately, there are bad actors who try to take advantage of this generosity with scams. Secretary […]

Charity Scams for Oklahoma Tornado Donations May Target Locally

Charity Scams for Oklahoma Tornado Donations May Target Locally

Denver – Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler today urged Coloradans to ensure they donate wisely, so their contributions go to legitimate charities that will meaningfully help victims, families, and Oklahoma residents recover from this disaster. Gessler offered guidance to help Coloradans avoid scams and efficiently direct money to those in need. “Tragedy like this […]

CO Sec of State Offers Donation Advice

CO Sec of State Offers Donation Advice

Gessler promotes wise charitable giving-Highlights Top Ten list for wise giving DENVER– During the holiday season when many Coloradans will donate to charities, Secretary of State Scott Gessler appealed to residents to give wisely. “Coloradans are generous,” Gessler said. “But to maximize your donations, it’s important to first check the charity, to make sure your […]

New Scam Making the Rounds

New Scam Making the Rounds

Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler is notifying Colorado businesses of another possibly deceptive solicitation issued by “Compliance Services.”   The entity has mailed solicitations titled “Annual Minutes Requirement Statement Directors and Shareholders” to businesses in Colorado. These solicitations offer to prepare documents to satisfy the annual minutes requirement for a $125.00 fee. Though most corporations […]

Know Your Voting Options in Colorado

Know Your Voting Options in Colorado

Voter Registration Information from Secretary of State, Scott Gessler  Before every presidential election, voter registration drives, political parties and special interest groups fan out across the country registering voters. For the most part, these groups deliver a beneficial public service that helps register voters and reminds others to update their registration. But a few bad […]