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Get Your Fraud & Scam questions answered in the AARP Online Community

Get advice from AARP experts to help protect yourself and your family members from being a victim to online scams.

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Imposter Scams, online dating, email phishing and social media scams, oh my!

Have you or someone you know been a victim of fraud? Want to know how best to spot a scam online?  Unfortunately fraudulent activity happens every day to people like you, but AARP is here to help!

Ask AARP Expert Amy Nofziger your questions about scams and share your experience

 

Amy Nofziger Bio

Amy Nofziger leads all of AARP Foundation Consumer Protection activities, including relationships with private foundations, Federal and State regulators, Attorney Generals, and local community partners. Amy also manages the AARP Fraud Helpline and is AARP’s subject matter expert on fraud and scams. She has been with the AARP Foundation since 2002. Amy has worked with The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Consumer Reports, The Dr. Phil show and many others on helping to shed light on fraud and exploitation of older adults.

To learn more about how AARP is helping people like you avoid scams and fraud visit the AARP Fraud Watch Network

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