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Mr. Scammer TV Program Features Top State Investigator

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Elliott Greenblott, state coordinator of AARP's Fraud Watch Network, conducted a TV interview with one of  Vermont's top fraud investigators last week. Bill Carrigan is deputy commissioner of the State's Division of Financial Regulation. He shares his perspectives on a range of securities frauds, real estate scams, Ponzi schemes and other crimes that put Vermonters at risk. The "Mr. Scammer" program is produced at Greater Northshire Access Television (GNAT-TV) in Southern VT and airs on cable access stations across the state. It is hosted by Elliott Greenblott. View it here:


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