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Scams & Fraud

Join AARP Vermont and national fraud expert, Doug Shadel, for an informative presentation on fraud prevention
AARP Warns State Consumers that Holiday Shopping is Increasingly Riddled with Fraud
Vermonters can learn about the latest scams and get tips on how to protect themselves at a Scam Jam hosted by AARP Vermont.
From draining a victim’s bank account to opening new lines of credit, swindlers have several methods of using your personal information to steal from you.
Want to help combat scammers? AARP Vermont is looking for more fraud fighting volunteers to staff tables and give talks.
Understand the Fraud Risks
Learn about ways to protect yourself and your loved ones at our free, two-part webinar.
At Greater Northshire Access Television’s (GNAT) annual Volunteer Appreciation event, the 2018 “GNATTY” Award for exceptional service was awarded to Elliott Greenblott. Elliott, the Vermont Fraud Watch Network state coordinator for AARP Vermont is a natural host for his regular series Mr. Scammer. GNAT-TV and Elliott have produced 15 shows and 17 special scam alerts, which provide specific information about the latest financial and identity scams. Viewers hear from experts on a variety of topics such as, identity theft, investment fraud and internet fraud.
Learn about ways to avoid illegal robocalls and phone scams in this free, two-part webinar.
Following is a list of community presentations scheduled for May and June around Vermont. These sessions are conducted by trained expert and are designed to give attendees the information and resources to protect themselves and their families from scams and fraud. They are free and open to the public.
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