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Scams & Fraud

Criminal scammers use AI to make schemes more realistic than ever.
A new state law has created a restitution fund to help pay back older North Dakotans who have lost money to investment fraud.
AARP North Dakota has skilled volunteers available to provide in-person presentations throughout the state. Our speakers provide FREE presentations that address the issues that matter most to North Dakotans. If you are interested in requesting a speaker, please fill out this form. Our speakers are ready to present to a range of groups including community organizations, private businesses, houses of worship, senior centers and others.
AARP North Dakota will offer free document shredding in three locations across the state this month.
You can outwit criminal scammers and identity thieves by attending AARP North Dakota’s free shred events in April and our Fraud Fighters Lunch and Learns in May. Shred those sensitive documents first, then join us to hear how to spot a scam, protect your loved ones and stay safe from scams.
Learn how to spot popular scams and recognize the signs of elder financial exploitation by listening to an AARP North Dakota telephone town hall this month.
Learn more about AARP ND's fraud activities and find out what to watch for through stories shared.
When Michael V. was scammed out of several hundred dollars online, he decided to share his story to help others.
Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem is warning North Dakotans of a recent increase in the number of people reporting scam calls claiming that their Social Security number had been compromised. Unfortunately, several people have fallen victim to the scam.
Hear from Tony Aukland with the N.D. Information Technology Department
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