(STACKER) — Maybe it was the idea of getting rich in a brand-new investment scheme that got you; maybe it was hearing that your grandson was stuck in jail and needed $2,000 wired to him. (Spoiler alert: It wasn’t really your grandson.)

Whatever scam fooled you into opening up your wallet, you’re not alone: The Federal Trade Commission in 2021 received more than 5.7 million reports, including nearly 2.8 million reports of fraud and 1.4 reports of identity theft.

The uptick in scams is partly attributed to an increase in online shopping during the COVID-19 pandemic. “Online shopping and negative reviews” was the second-highest type of scam reported after imposter scams.

In addition to being embarrassing for their victims, scams can also be incredibly costly. In 2021, American consumers lost more than $5.8 billion to fraud. Young people between the ages of 20 and 29 reported losing money to fraud more often than older consumers, although the latter suffered more median losses per scam.

Stacker looked at which states were impacted most by scams in 2021 and the amount of money reported as lost using data from the Federal Trade Commission. This list includes all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and Washington D.C. Locations were ranked by the number of reports filed per 100,000 residents.

52. Puerto Rico

  • Reports per 100K people: 260
  • Total reports: 8,315
  • Total loss: $6,689,197
  • Median loss: $508

51. South Dakota

  • Reports per 100K people: 549
  • Total reports: 4,854
  • Total loss: $6,828,535
  • Median loss: $489

50. North Dakota

  • Reports per 100K people: 608
  • Total reports: 4,637
  • Total loss: $8,897,094
  • Median loss: $440

49. Iowa

  • Reports per 100K people: 636
  • Total reports: 20,071
  • Total loss: $21,219,834
  • Median loss: $379

48. Nebraska

  • Reports per 100K people: 697
  • Total reports: 13,475
  • Total loss: $14,314,521
  • Median loss: $450

47. Wyoming

  • Reports per 100K people: 731
  • Total reports: 4,230
  • Total loss: $7,751,648
  • Median loss: $500

46. Oklahoma

  • Reports per 100K people: 783
  • Total reports: 30,996
  • Total loss: $26,906,284
  • Median loss: $410

45. Kentucky

  • Reports per 100K people: 796
  • Total reports: 35,544
  • Total loss: $30,598,771
  • Median loss: $350

44. West Virginia

  • Reports per 100K people: 797
  • Total reports: 14,287
  • Total loss: $10,206,786
  • Median loss: $350

43. Arkansas

  • Reports per 100K people: 801
  • Total reports: 24,176
  • Total loss: $16,692,589
  • Median loss: $450

42. Wisconsin

  • Reports per 100K people: 803
  • Total reports: 46,755
  • Total loss: $48,716,758
  • Median loss: $390

41. Montana

  • Reports per 100K people: 806
  • Total reports: 8,612
  • Total loss: $9,582,342
  • Median loss: $436

40. Minnesota

  • Reports per 100K people: 809
  • Total reports: 45,599
  • Total loss: $60,317,592
  • Median loss: $482

39. Idaho

  • Reports per 100K people: 809
  • Total reports: 14,464
  • Total loss: $16,949,046
  • Median loss: $396

38. Maine

  • Reports per 100K people: 821
  • Total reports: 11,035
  • Total loss: $9,708,190
  • Median loss: $400

37. Utah

  • Reports per 100K people: 823
  • Total reports: 26,373
  • Total loss: $37,346,855
  • Median loss: $500

36. Kansas

  • Reports per 100K people: 845
  • Total reports: 24,615
  • Total loss: $19,916,988
  • Median loss: $429

35. Vermont

  • Reports per 100K people: 848
  • Total reports: 5,292
  • Total loss: $10,038,458
  • Median loss: $337

34. Hawaii

  • Reports per 100K people: 851
  • Total reports: 12,051
  • Total loss: $22,502,406
  • Median loss: $620

33. Indiana

  • Reports per 100K people: 861
  • Total reports: 57,988
  • Total loss: $46,881,596
  • Median loss: $400

32. Michigan

  • Reports per 100K people: 881
  • Total reports: 87,996
  • Total loss: $83,309,393
  • Median loss: $400

31. New Mexico

  • Reports per 100K people: 888
  • Total reports: 18,613
  • Total loss: $23,200,453
  • Median loss: $500

30. Mississippi

  • Reports per 100K people: 906
  • Total reports: 26,958
  • Total loss: $23,422,036
  • Median loss: $400

29. New Hampshire

  • Reports per 100K people: 914
  • Total reports: 12,429
  • Total loss: $13,660,810
  • Median loss: $450

28. Connecticut

  • Reports per 100K people: 917
  • Total reports: 32,686
  • Total loss: $40,886,958
  • Median loss: $460

27. Missouri

  • Reports per 100K people: 953
  • Total reports: 58,485
  • Total loss: $52,266,861
  • Median loss: $361

26. Oregon

  • Reports per 100K people: 970
  • Total reports: 40,908
  • Total loss: $65,371,881
  • Median loss: $500

25. Ohio

  • Reports per 100K people: 976
  • Total reports: 114,140
  • Total loss: $86,270,313
  • Median loss: $375

24. Massachusetts

  • Reports per 100K people: 980
  • Total reports: 67,515
  • Total loss: $91,319,599
  • Median loss: $500

23. California

  • Reports per 100K people: 991
  • Total reports: 391,517
  • Total loss: $820,858,149
  • Median loss: $600

22. Washington

  • Reports per 100K people: 1,013
  • Total reports: 77,128
  • Total loss: $135,661,564
  • Median loss: $500

21. North Carolina

  • Reports per 100K people: 1,036
  • Total reports: 108,698
  • Total loss: $93,015,171
  • Median loss: $446

20. Arizona

  • Reports per 100K people: 1,065
  • Total reports: 77,534
  • Total loss: $116,030,737
  • Median loss: $515

19. Rhode Island

  • Reports per 100K people: 1,066
  • Total reports: 11,289
  • Total loss: $11,564,650
  • Median loss: $447

18. Illinois

  • Reports per 100K people: 1,078
  • Total reports: 136,640
  • Total loss: $128,953,942
  • Median loss: $450

17. Texas

  • Reports per 100K people: 1,080
  • Total reports: 313,044
  • Total loss: $369,437,769
  • Median loss: $500

16. New York

  • Reports per 100K people: 1,083
  • Total reports: 210,749
  • Total loss: $280,882,468
  • Median loss: $500

15. Virginia

  • Reports per 100K people: 1,099
  • Total reports: 93,763
  • Total loss: $112,898,996
  • Median loss: $500

14. New Jersey

  • Reports per 100K people: 1,107
  • Total reports: 98,316
  • Total loss: $122,175,462
  • Median loss: $508

13. Colorado

  • Reports per 100K people: 1,119
  • Total reports: 64,464
  • Total loss: $87,975,013
  • Median loss: $479

12. South Carolina

  • Reports per 100K people: 1,149
  • Total reports: 59,177
  • Total loss: $46,428,921
  • Median loss: $400

11. Alaska

  • Reports per 100K people: 1,156
  • Total reports: 8,458
  • Total loss: $13,078,284
  • Median loss: $600

10. Tennessee

  • Reports per 100K people: 1,157
  • Total reports: 79,012
  • Total loss: $62,602,651
  • Median loss: $400

9. Louisiana

  • Reports per 100K people: 1,193
  • Total reports: 55,456
  • Total loss: $30,022,528
  • Median loss: $422

8. Pennsylvania

  • Reports per 100K people: 1,205
  • Total reports: 154,313
  • Total loss: $120,888,991
  • Median loss: $400

7. Alabama

  • Reports per 100K people: 1,217
  • Total reports: 59,669
  • Total loss: $44,712,880
  • Median loss: $423

6. Florida

  • Reports per 100K people: 1,370
  • Total reports: 294,328
  • Total loss: $331,282,322
  • Median loss: $532

5. Nevada

  • Reports per 100K people: 1,407
  • Total reports: 43,339
  • Total loss: $69,551,003
  • Median loss: $616

4. Delaware

  • Reports per 100K people: 1,410
  • Total reports: 13,726
  • Total loss: $14,135,903
  • Median loss: $500

3. Maryland

  • Reports per 100K people: 1,415
  • Total reports: 85,568
  • Total loss: $93,976,802
  • Median loss: $518

2. Georgia

  • Reports per 100K people: 1,421
  • Total reports: 150,898
  • Total loss: $112,980,173
  • Median loss: $500

1. Washington DC

  • Reports per 100K people: 1,701
  • Total reports: 12,004
  • Total loss: $10,207,425
  • Median loss: $500