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AARP Offering Fraud Prevention Seminars at 2015 Transitions Expo

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AARP Connecticut is a presenting sponsor of the 2015 Transitions Active Adult and Senior Living and Planning Expo on September 13 at the Aqua Turf Club in Plantsville, CT. During the Expo, we’re offering free seminars to attendees on fraud prevention, the future of retirement savings and job search tips for age 50-plus workers. Each seminar will be offered twice, once in the morning and once in the afternoon. Learn more below, then view the Program Schedule to pre-register.

AARP Fraud Watch Network - The Con Artists Playbook
Presented by AARP Fraud Watch Network volunteers Richard Bright and Byron Peterson

This interactive seminar takes a look at the psychology behind ID Theft, Fraud & Scams. Through actual footage of scammers, insights and advice, you'll walk away armed with the tools you need to keep yourself and your family safe.

In 2014, AARP launched the Fraud Watch Network to help educate individuals and families about common types of scams and fraud and provide you with the tools you need to outsmart con artists and protect your hard-earned money. Since then, we’ve trained hundreds of volunteers throughout the country and here in Connecticut who are making their communities safer by offering free fraud prevention talks and workshops at senior centers, libraries, colleges and other public venues across the state.

Offered at 9:30 a.m. and 2:45 p.m.

Pre-Register.

Available free of charge to AARP members and non-members alike, and people of any age, the Fraud Watch Network provides:

  • Watchdog Alert emails that deliver breaking scam information,
  • Prevention tips based on the latest information from experts,
  • An interactive map with the latest law enforcement warnings from each state,
  • A phone number people can call to talk to volunteers  trained to help fraud victims, and
  • Access to a network of people who are sharing their experiences with scams so they can help others protect themselves.

 

Learn more and sign up today at: www.aarp.org/fraudwatchnetwork

Sign up for these additional AARP seminars at the 2015 Transitions Expo:

Work at Age 50+: Strategies for a Successful Job Search
Nora Duncan , AARP State Director

AARP is committed to helping experienced workers achieve their employment goals by connecting people to trusted resources, information and peer networks. This 30-minute seminar focuses on action steps that will make you more successful in your search.

Offered at 11 a.m. and 2:45 p.m.

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Work & Save: Creating a More Secure Financial Future
Presented by William Kosturko - AARP Financial Security Campaign

AARP is committed to financial resiliency for families. This interactive seminar will focus on the importance of personal retirement savings to ensure a secure financial future, provide information about the growing retirement savings crisis in the US and discuss what steps Connecticut, and others, are taking to address it.

Offered at 10:15 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.

Pre-Register

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