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Every three seconds, someone is a victim of identity theft and fraud. That’s why AARP Missouri is creating events to help prevent con artists from committing these criminal acts against you.
AARP in Kansas City volunteers created a stir with Fraud Watch Network resources at the 2016 Carver Day Celebration held at the Freedom School at Mt. Pleasant M.B. Church on July 9. The event was in celebration of the 1943 establishment of the George Washington Carver National Monument and also recognized the 100th birthday of the National Parks Service.
Beware of holiday scams!
Brenda wanted to a take a break from her Holiday Shopping so she stopped for a coffee at popular chain coffee shop. Realizing she could log in on the public Wi-Fi she decided to make good use of her time and order a few more gifts online. This was good news for a potential scammer, but not good news for Brenda.
AARP in Missouri is teaming up with CU Community Credit Union and the Computer Recycling Center in Springfield, MO for a Fraud Prevention Day. There will be free paper shredding and digital recycling at the Computer Recycling Center at 528 N. Prince Lane in Springfield from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, March 28. Help protect yourself from identity theft by safely recycling sensitive information on paper or on digital media like hard drives, laptop computers or cell phones. AARP and CU Community Credit Union will have fraud prevention information on hand.
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