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AARP Tele-Town Hall on Recognizing and Avoiding Fraud

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Recognizing and Avoiding Fraud

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How can you stay safe from scams? This is where AARP can help.

Criminals use an array of tactics, and knowing the signs of fraud can help keep you safe.

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During this free Tele-town Hall, experts will discuss current scam tactics and how you can recognize and avoid them.

Don’t miss this opportunity to ask our experts your questions live during the fraud tele-town hall on May 9 at 1:00 p.m. (ET).

This event will focus on the following areas:

  • How to take steps to protect yourself from fraud.
  • Discussion of the grandparent scam, celebrity scam and others.
  • Misinformation and elections.


  • James Barnacle, Deputy Assistant Director, Criminal Investigative Division, FBI
  • Mike Webb, Senior Vice President, Communications, The News Literacy Project
  • Kathy Stokes, Director, Fraud Prevention, AARP

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