Remember, today’s scammer is savvy—and likely isn’t working alone. Join us for a free Fraud webinar to learn how you can spot an impostor scammer and stop them in their tracks.
Get information and guidance at this free AARP webinar. We’ll explore online shopping scams, charity scams, delivery scams and even gift card scams.
Do you know ways to help keep your aging loved ones from losing money to scams and fraud? We’ll share important information that could help you keep them safe during our free webinar.
Every day, millions of Americans lose their hard-earned money to identity theft and other types of scams. Last year alone, 16.7 million people from communities across the nation lost $17 billion to identity fraud alone. That’s one person victimized every two seconds!
New frauds and scams seem to crop up weekly. Identity theft and other scams rob millions of Americans of their hard-earned money. What tricks do con artists use to steal your money? How can you outsmart scammers before they strike?
While a large majority of Americans suspect that most of the automated telephone messages – or “robocalls” – that they receive are attempts at scams, few are taking actions to protect themselves, according to results of a new survey from the AARP Fraud Watch Network.
As data breach incidents proliferate, a new AARP survey finds that an alarming number of people have failed to take the basic precautions against identity fraud. In response, the AARP Fraud Watch Network has launched a campaign to raise awareness of identity theft risks and educate consumers on how to enhance the safety of their personal information.
It’s a one-of-a-kind event to give you a “taste” of the various volunteer opportunities at AARP New Hampshire. Join us in Portsmouth, Concord or Manchester for Snack, Sample and Serve.
The New Hampshire Bureau of Securities Regulation is warning New Hampshire residents of romance scammers, con artists who create believable profiles, entice people into online relationships, establish a level of trust, and scam their victims by exploiting the relationship for money.
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