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JUN 5, 2023
Scammers are adept at manipulating the latest technological advances to commit their crimes. These days it’s happening in the world of artificial intelligence – commonly known as AI.
JUN 2, 2023
A guide to when, where and how to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
DEC 20, 2020
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MAY 5, 2023
All registered voters may vote absentee by-mail, but you must apply to do so, and a witness signature is required on absentee ballots.
Resources from AARP Fact Tracker: Sorting Fact from Fiction Online webinar:
From coast-to-coast AARP is working to spread information and knowledge about dangerous scams but sometimes education alone isn’t enough. That’s why we are working in dozens of states to improve fraud protections to help people hang onto their money and increase penalties on the criminals. One issue that AARP is taking on in several state legislatures is residential real estate listing scams.
School is winding down and summer is fast approaching which means the window to relocate is opening. But whether you’re relocating for work, downsizing or sending a child off to college who you hire to help with the moves matters a lot. Cutting corners to save money on your move could lead you right to a criminal scammer.
Family, friends, food and fun were in abundance at Sperryfest, the annual Sperryville street festival held in April.
In their younger days, many LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transexual, queer) individuals came out of the closet to fight against discrimination. As they age, however, they often face a different kind of discrimination as they need medical care, causing some to consider returning to the closet to assure quality of care without prejudice.
Gift card sales rose from $130 billion in 2015 to $173 billion in 2021, and while they are popular with consumers, they are also popular with criminals. In fact, researchers estimate that $40 to $50 billion is stolen from fraud victims in any given year.
Food insecurity affects many older Virginians. AARP Virginia wants residents to know that assistance is available.
Join AARP Virginia and Insight Memory Care Center present this Author Spotlight with Tim R. Johnston, author of Welcoming LGBT Residents.
Criminals have so many ways to getting in touch with us these days. According to new data from the Federal Trade Commission, the winning entry path in 2022 was the internet.
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