Scams & Fraud

Shredding Documents for Security
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To educate state residents about fraud aimed at older adults, AARP Maryland is promoting Protect Week, June 13–17, five days of programming timed to coincide with World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, on Wednesday, June 15.
Holiday Scams
AARP Maryland declared December 1 as "Fight Holiday Fraud Day" to highlight ways to help you stay safe this season.
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Definition of fraud
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Fraudsters are offering older people purported miracle cures, preventive drugs and vaccine appointments—for a fee. These scams exploit potential victims’ anxiety about having to wait for a vaccination. The past year has heightened people’s isolation and made them more susceptible to such pitches.
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Don't just toss your sensitive documents...shred 'em for free with AARP! We also have a wealth of valuable information at our AARP Fraud Watch Network workshops about how to stay savvy to the latest scams out there and how to keep yourself and loved ones safe. Our shreds and workshops (often combined) are must-attend events that you don't want to miss! When it comes to our shredding events, please remember: no businesses please, and make sure to remove all plastic and metal clips from documents to be shredded.
Covid-19 fraud and scam alert
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect us all, and scammers continue to do all they can to take advantage of it.
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NOTE: The following message is provided by Veronica Tubman, Senior Stakeholder Liaison for the F.B.I Baltimore Field Office. The opinions expressed are those of the author. AARP Maryland is sharing this information as a service to our members.
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