Scams & Fraud

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AARP Michigan is encouraging its members to be on the lookout for signs of possible fraud, such as unusual financial transactions on bank statements.
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AARP is committed to keeping your finances safe from fraud this tax season. Before filing your tax returns, take a look at some tips and tricks to avoid scammers and keep your personal information protected:  
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AARP is committed to keeping your heart (and your finances!) safe from scammers this February. Read on for tips about how to protect yourself from romance scams.
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Doug Shadel, one of the country's foremost experts on fraud, said people should be especially aware of scammers during the COVID-19 outbreak, and the holiday season when people are anxious and do a lot of shopping.
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Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson and Attorney General Dana Nessel join AARP Michigan for a telephone town hall and a televised interview. Voters should feel confident that the election will be safe and the results accurate, they said.
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Michigan receives $30 billion a year in federal funding guided by the census. A proper count affects services critical to older adults in Michigan.
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