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.
Join AARP Vermont and Elliott Greenblott, state volunteer coordinator for the AARP Fraud Watch Network, for a new virtual education series aimed at helping you stay safe from scams and identity theft ruses.
The sessions will be held Thursday, Jan. 13, and Wednesday, March 16, at 1 p.m., and include an overview of identity theft, how and why it occurs and how to prevent this crime. The presentations will also cover what to do if you’ve been a victim.
Register for the Jan. 13 session at aarp.cvent.com/d/2mq4xx and for the March 16 session at aarp.cvent.com/d/4mq4xv.
To learn more about the AARP Fraud Watch Network, visit aarp.org/fraud or call 877-908-3360.
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