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Help Vermonters Stay Safe -- Be a Fraud Fighter!







AARP Vermont Fraud Watch Network needs you!   We are recruiting volunteers to act as team members in our efforts to protect Vermonters from becoming victims of fraud and scams.  What is AARP Fraud Watch?  The program is part of a nation-wide effort to educate the public on the nature fraud and the various forms it takes.  In Vermont, we conduct presentations for groups and organizations on a variety of topics, we distribute literature by staffing information tables and by distributing materials, and we engage people in conversations about fraud.  As a volunteer, you will receive specialized training and be paired as an assistant with other volunteers.  You determine your own commitment and involvement, operating in your own “zone of comfort.”   While volunteers are not paid, AARP Vermont reimbursed for expenses incurred in the work of the program such as meals and mileage.  For more information, contact Elliott Greenblott,  AARP Vermont Fraud Watch Coordinator –

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