identity theft

Nearly 8,800 Nebraskans filed reports of fraud, identity theft and other complaints to the Federal Trade Commission in 2017. AARP Nebraska is teaming up with the Better Business Bureau to help shrink that number by sponsoring Secure Your ID Day on Saturday, April 21.
Operation Stop Scams
AARP Nebraska and Better Business Bureau (BBB) Foundation will host a special program featuring identity theft and consumer fraud expert Eva Velasquez in Grand Island and Lincoln April 10 and in Ralston April 11.
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In the wake of the Equifax data breach, volunteers trained to help consumers avoid scams are prepared to speak to community groups in Nebraska.
As part of its Fraud Watch Network efforts, AARP Nebraska has teamed up with the Better Business Bureau and other organizations to sponsor Secure Your ID Day in Lincoln on Saturday, June 24. The event will be from 9 a.m. to noon at West Gate Bank, located at Old Cheney Road and Highway 2.
Scam Jam File
AARP Nebraska offers free fraud presentations to community groups year round and is now scheduling sessions for 2017. Trained volunteers are available to make AARP Fraud Watch Network presentations across the state. These sessions can help Nebraskans stay up to date on the latest scams, be safe online and take action if they spot fraud.
Shredding documents containing personal and financial information can help fight fraud and protect your identity. Join AARP Nebraska, Western States Bank, Fresh Foods and Docu-Shred for a document shredding day in Gering, NE.   The free event will take place Friday, August 5 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Fresh Foods, located at 1270 10th Street in Gering.  Map It.
Fight Financial Fraud Program & Luncheon
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Back by popular demand for the 11th year, AARP Nebraska and Shred-It will host a free community shredding day in Omaha on Saturday, May 7, 2016.
Guess who’s coming to Omaha on Sept. 10?
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Identity theft can happen to anyone and everyone has something worth taking.
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