You are enjoying a nice family dinner at home, your phone rings with an unwanted solicitation or someone comes to your door to “sell” you something. This scenario happens more and more and sometimes the person on the other end is trying to scam you, obtain your personal information, or take advantage of you.
Many South Carolina residents enrolled in free credit monitoring service in 2012 due to the cyber attack last year at the Department of Revenue. As a reminder and convenience, AARP South Carolina offers you the following information as a servvice.
It's time for spring cleaning and safely dispose of your personal documents at an AARP shred event. Here is the schedule of where you can take your personal documents and have them securely shred at no cost. We ask that you limit your shred contributions to no more than three boxes or bags.
South Carolina residents concerned about the recent security breach within the SC Department of Revenue need to take several steps to protect their privacy. The State of South Carolina is offering a one-year free credit monitoring service through Experian.
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