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Scams & Fraud

In Massachusetts last year, fraud losses were $142.3 million — likely a massive undercount. A new unit at the Attorney General's Office has become the central point of contact for older residents seeking help.
Many families avoid talking about money. A new AARP webinar series starting in October aims to change that — hoping to spark conversations around topics from Social Security to debt management to fraud prevention.
AARP Fraud Watch Network volunteers are running workshops about the growing risk for those in the job market—particularly amid the nation’s shift to remote work.
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