Join AARP and FTC for anti-fraud webinar

Every 2 seconds, someone’s identity is stolen. Are you next?

Get real-time prevention tips during a free webinar “What You Need to Know about Fraud.”  Experts from the Federal Trade Commission and the AARP Fraud Watch Network will give you the tools you need to beat con artists at their own game.  And you can find out how to spot and avoid scams in your community by checking out the Fraud Watch Network scam-tracking map.

The “What You Need to Know about Fraud Webinar” is taking place April 10 at 7:00 pm, EST. You may register here.

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