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Fraud and Scam Presentations Offered

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AARP Vermont Fraud Watch and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Aging Resource Center present “The Weapons of Fraud,”  a one-hour Zoom session as part of series of fraud awareness education program.  The Weapons of Fraud provides an overview of the leading scams, techniques of con artists, and discussion of the steps to take to avoid victimization.  This is our “Flagship” presentation as it is our oldest program and has been presented across the region over the years.  While addressing a wide range of issues, it does not cover computer/cyber scams.  
Date:  September 20, 2021  Time: 2:00 - 3:30.  Registration is required and is available on-line at   https://events.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/organizer/aging-resource-center/

More to come!
Future programs:  
Identity Theft   October 19, 2021;  2:00 - 3:30    https://events.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/event/virtual-identity-theft/ ;  
Investment Fraud   November 15, 2021;  2:00 - 3:30   https://events.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/event/virtual-investment-fraud-keeping-nest-eggs-from-flying-away/ ;  
The Internet of Things (internet-connected devices that may led to fraud)  December 20, 2021;  2:00 - 3:30   https://events.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/event/virtual-fraud-caused-by-the-internet-what-secrets-are-being-told-by-your-refrigerator/

These presentations are delivered by Elliott Greenblott, AARP Vermont State Coordinator for the Fraud Watch Network program.

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