Number one on the list: IRS impersonations.
That was followed by sweepstakes scams, robocalls, computer scams, financial abuse, grandparent scams, romance scams, government grant scams, check fraud and identity theft.
In 2016, the most scam reports came from Maine with 800 reports.
Texas had 271 reports.
The Senate Aging Committee says knowing about the reports is key to fighting these scams. That's why they have a "fraud hotline." More than 2,200 calls were made last year.
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