Scams & Fraud

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Con artists are finding new ways to dupe people during the coronavirus pandemic. Fraud Watch Friday, a monthly AARP Montana–sponsored radio program, provides residents with ways to stay alert to swindles.
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Suspicious charities, gift card fraud, packages snatched off porches—the holidays are a busy time for swindlers and other crooks.
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Learn about ways to protect yourself and your loved ones at our free, two-part webinar.
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A new squad of fraud fighters is challenging con artists across the state. AARP Montana, in an initiative with the state attorney general’s office, has trained six volunteer outreach specialists to conduct presentations on avoiding the latest swindles.
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Learn about ways to avoid illegal robocalls and phone scams in this free, two-part webinar.
Abagnale Event
Montanans across Big Sky Country will have the opportunity to hear directly from the swindler-turned-security expert and get their questions answered during live T ele-Town Hall event on May 30 at 6:30 pm
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The Attorney General's Office of Consumer Protection (OCP) and AARP Montana collaboratively trained volunteers today who will educate community groups in various Montana cities about scams, fraud, and identity theft.  This effort, which is believed to be the first of its kind in the nation between AARP and an attorney general’s consumer protection team, will reach more older Montanans than either organization formerly has been able to using its own staff.
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Online relationship scams are growing at an exponential rate; Learn how to protect yourself.
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In recent years, gift cards have taken off in popularity. Unfortunately, scammers have a keen interest in gift cards, too – only for them, they are being used to pry money from you as a form of payment in their latest con.
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