Scams & Fraud
AARP will hold a town hall on holiday scams with the Better Business Bureau of Connecticut, among a number of initiatives to raise public awareness of fraud.
AARP Connecticut to Host Live Tele-Town Hall to Discuss Protecting Veterans from Scams
AARP Connecticut Survey Finds Majority of Connecticut Adults Using Payment Apps Unaware of Danger Posed by Scammers
Be Aware of P2P Risks When Paying for Groceries, Other Services During Pandemic
Survey of Connecticut Residents Part of AARP Campaign Raising Awareness of Impostor Scams
Specific Survey of Connecticut Residents Part of AARP Campaign Raising Awareness of Most Common Seasonal Scams
Small businesses are increasingly becoming targets of scammers. One of the best ways to keep your business and customer base safe is to stay informed about the different techniques used by people who try to take advantage of small companies. This is especially important for New England small businesses, since many of the states in the Northeast, including Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont and Maine, are among states where the most small businesses are created (per capita).
Learn about ways to protect yourself and your loved ones at our free, two-part webinar.
AARP Connecticut is in communities across the state working with residents and elected officials to make our state a great place for people of all ages to call home. We are advocates on legislative issues that impact families such as caregiving, financial security, independent living, healthcare, utilities and prescription prices. We provide valuable educational resources and information to help people protect themselves from fraud and scams; take charge of their life so they can live their best life now and in the future; in their job search or transition to a new career; and more.
Leading Identity Theft Expert Frank W. Abagnale to Give Free Scam and Fraud Awareness Presentation in Connecticut
Best-selling Author & Subject of Movie Catch Me If You Can to Present June 6
Learn about ways to avoid illegal robocalls and phone scams in this free, two-part webinar.
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