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AARP is working with state officials and the nonprofit Montana Crime Prevention Association to host Outsmarting Scam Artists on June 4 at the Best Western Helena Great Northern Hotel. Speakers will explain how to avoid identity theft; Ponzi and pyramid schemes; fake insurance; and fraud in the medical, Internet and telemarketing spheres.
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Wage war on fraud and protect your identity. This was the focus when AARP DC, the Legal Counsel for the Elderly (LCE) Senior Medicare Patrol and the AARP Fraud Watch Network sponsored a free community shred day and fraud forum at the Nativity Catholic Church in northwest DC in Ward 4.
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Aging doesn’t have to entail serious mental decline. The AARP Staying Sharp program offers insights on how the brain works and how to maximize mental function later in life.
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Keeping your memory sharp and your brain fit are among the top concerns our members have in Utah, so we've brought Staying Sharp/Fraud Forum presentations to Utah for the past decade in locations around the state.  The "Staying Sharp" portion of the program focuses on brain fitness and brain diseases, the difference between normal and abnormal memory loss, successful longevity, and how to recognizes potential signs of dementia in a loved one.  Our Fraud Forums discuss financial scams in Utah, how to protect yourself as an investor, how to spot warning signs of fraud, and what the Utah Securities Division can do for you to help detect and avoid becoming a victim.
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