AARP Maine Fraud Watch: A Virtual Monthly Scam Awareness Series with Local Fraud Fighters

Posted on 11/20/23

JOIN us for "Fraud Watch with Phil and Pam" each month for an insightful discussion on fighting scams and fraud in Maine.

In our continuing effort to develop ways to protect the most vulnerable among us from becoming victims to the onslaught of scams, AARP Maine Fraud Watch volunteers Phil Chin and Pam Partridge invite you to participate in a virtual scam and fraud watch series. Scammers are using innocent older Mainers as inadvertent accessories to their crimes to both steal money and to insulate themselves from being discovered by the authorities.

These discussions are free and open to all. You do not need to be an AARP member to join the conversation. Registration is now open!

During Phil and Pam's 30-minute interactive Zoom meetings, we talk with other Mainers, colleagues, and community leaders to discuss these important issues. Each Fraud Watch program meets the second Thursday of the month at 10AM.

Our focus this month will be Travel and Home Improvement Scams. Tune in and join the discussion at our next Fraud Watch with Phil and Pam! Our next meeting will be March 14th, 2024

Registration for February's event is now open! Click here to Register!

Please join AARP Fraud Watch Network volunteers, Phil Chin and Pam Partridge, as we talk about this and other scams, share stories and together, learn how to be great fraud fighters!

AARP Maine is here for you. If you have questions or if there is anything you need, please let us know. You can call us at 1-866-554-5380 or send an email to me@aarp.org

This story is provided by AARP Maine. Visit the AARP Maine page for more news, events, and programs affecting retirement, health care, and more.

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