Scams & Fraud
AARP Wisconsin is pushing for a special fund to compensate fraud victims when the wrongdoing company can't return the money. It’s one of several measures AARP plans to advocate for in the Legislature in 2023.
The holidays are here, and so are scammers looking to exploit the generosity many people feel this time of year.
Ingrid Kundinger of the Senior Medicare Patrol joins AARP Wisconsin to discuss some common Medicare-related scams and how you can protect yourself.
Fraud is up substantially in Wisconsin, as scam artists use new tactics to separate consumers from their cash. The latest twists involve gift-card grifts. Here's how to protect yourself.
As the holiday season approaches, AARP is reminding Wisconsinites to be aware of the kinds of fraud that often pop up at this time of year.
The rollout of eagerly awaited COVID-19 vaccines is an opportunity for fraudsters, and AARP is urging older Wisconsinites to be vigilant.
AARP outlines ways to protect yourself from scams involving bogus charities and gift card swindles.
Learn about ways to protect yourself and your loved ones at our free, two-part webinar.
Learn about ways to avoid illegal robocalls and phone scams in this free, two-part webinar.
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