privacy

Operation Stop Scams
AARP Nebraska and Better Business Bureau (BBB) Foundation will host a special program featuring identity theft and consumer fraud expert Eva Velasquez in Grand Island and Lincoln April 10 and in Ralston April 11.
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In an age where technology like computers and smartphones are used for just about everything, cybercriminals are getting good at targeting vulnerable populations and gaining access to confidential information. It's important for you to learn how to avoid scams and take other steps in order to protect your privacy, and the privacy of your employees, clients, and loved ones.
Avoid scams and fraud - join the network now
AARP DC and Legal Counsel for the Elderly Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) announces a free community shred day and fraud forum on Friday, June 26, 2015.
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In a move backed by AARP Kansas, state lawmakers unanimously passed legislation to extend the Kansas No-Call Act to protect consumers’ cellphones from unwanted telemarketing calls.
ID Theft
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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