scam artists

A kick off/press conference is scheduled for Tuesday, August 5, 11am at the Historic Terminal Station, 700 Poplar Street.  AARP Georgia is collaborating with the Macon-Bibb Sheriff’s Department to encourage local community members to participate in “Americas’ Night Out Against Crime.” In support of this event, AARP Georgia will provide a Fraud Watch Network workshop on August 5, 12:30pm at the Douglass Theatre, 355 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. During the workshop, performances will be provided by local youth from Phillips Performing Arts, Inc. Neighborhood events and activities will take place from 6pm-9pm. AARP will be at select locations distributing important information about fraud prevention.  The goal of the evening is to help the community learn more about trends and the behaviors con artists use on their victims, con artist playbook, resources on scams, and frauds and how to spot scams & frauds.
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