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The numbers are in and last year was yet another historic year for fraud. The Federal Trade Commission released its annual compendium of fraud reports from 2023, and the news is shocking. For the first time ever reported theft through fraud topped $10 billion. The total is 14% higher than what was reported in 2022 and 5 times greater than reported losses in 2019. Key takeaways from the report include:
AARP Connecticut encourages potentially impacted ratepayers to voice their position on the rate increase requests.
AARP Connecticut submitted to the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) the names of more than 2,700 Connecticut residents who signed a petition that opposes a combined rate increase proposal by the Connecticut Natural Gas Corporation (CNG) and Southern Connecticut Gas Company (SCG).
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AARP Connecticut is seeking an Advocacy and Community Outreach Manager located at the state office in Hartford, CT.
New virtual presentation on scam prevention launches with steps consumers can take to protect themselves from identity theft.
AARP Connecticut – advocates for age 50+ Connecticut residents and their families – works with lawmakers on both sides of the aisle to support legislation and issues that make our state a great place to live for people of all ages.
The annual program aims to make communities in Connecticut more livable for people of all ages
Public Hearing in February Offers Ratepayers Opportunity to Provide Testimony
AARP Connecticut – the largest nonprofit, nonpartisan advocacy organization in the state with nearly 600,000 members – announces the appointment of Stratford resident John Wilson as its new Volunteer State President.
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