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Frank Abagnale, AARP Fraud Watch Network ambassador, has advised the FBI on how to outsmart con artists for over four decades. Once one of the world’s most famous confidence men, inspiring the Steven Spielberg film Catch Me if You Can, he is now one of the world’s most respected authorities on identity theft. He assists AARP by sharing his expertise and insight to arm individuals with the knowledge and information on how to spot and avoid scams, and the importance of safely using social media so that they can protect their families.
Listen to the latest episodes of this weekly podcast series, co-hosted by Frank Abagnale
AARP's Fraud Watch Network gives tips to avoid scams and fraud, avoid identity theft and give resources to consumers against potential cons.
Frank Abagnale Will Catch You If You Scam
Can You the Catch the Con?
10 Ways to Protect Yourself From ID Theft
Technology breeds crime
What to know before you share on social media
Worst financial tool? A debit card
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