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Help fight fraud as Fraud Watch Network speaker

Fraud Watch


If you can spot a scam, you can stop a scam. If you enjoy speaking in public, you can help raise awareness about how AARP's Fraud Watch Network serves as a FREE scam-spotting, scam-stopping resource.

AARP Arkansas has a Fraud Watch Network Speakers Bureau, comprised of volunteers who fulfill requests from local civic clubs and other groups/organzations to discuss how to avoid getting scammed and how to spot fraud. Volunteers will be trained including a primer on the various provisions and benefits of the Fraud Watch Network.

Interested? Contact Lou Tobian at or at 501- 217- 1638.


The Fraud Watch Network is open to all ages and you don't have to be an AARP member to participate. Learn more at 



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