Scams & Fraud
As we recover from recent severe weather, AARP Oklahoma wants to help you steer clear of lurking scam artists.
What you need to know to avoid donation scams when giving after a natural disaster
Help protect your identity from scammers by having your sensitive documents safely destroyed at a free AARP Oklahoma shredding event in Tulsa on Saturday, April 22, from 9 a.m. to noon.
The new AARP Veterans Fraud Center aims to help protect veterans, service members and their families from scammers.
AARP Oklahoma is supporting two pieces of legislation under consideration that would aid in the fight against criminals who use telephones and text messages to defraud Oklahomans.
New research reveals top scams facing Oklahoma’s military community and ways to fight back
The Federal Trade Commission’s 2020 fraud report showed a spike in reported scams in Oklahoma, driven in part by opportunists taking advantage of the COVID pandemic.
Join us for a free webinar series and learn how to see and stop scams, protect yourself from cyber crimes, and learn how to spot elder financial expolitation.
Nearly 1 in 3 Oklahoma residents surveyed by AARP have been targeted by a con artist pretending to represent a government agency.
AARP Oklahoma, the Oklahoma Insurance Department, Oklahoma Department of Securities, the Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office and the Oklahoma Banker’s Association will present a four-part fraud prevention webinar series. Topics include Medicare and healthcare fraud prevention, as well as information on relationship scams, cyber scams, investment, banking and securities fraud.
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