Scams & Fraud
According to federal data, identity theft in 2022 became the most prevalent form of fraud reported in Michigan, replacing impostor scams.
AARP, the nation’s largest nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to empowering people 50 and older, announced today the priority issues on its 2023 Michigan Legislative Agenda. Approximately 3.9 million residents in Michigan are 50 and over, representing 39% of the state’s population.
AARP Michigan is encouraging its members to be on the lookout for signs of possible fraud, such as unusual financial transactions on bank statements.
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:
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.
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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