It seems that criminal scammers are everywhere – on your phone, online, in your email and text messages, and even at your door. The pandemic has emboldened them to go after stimulus checks, sell nonexistent but in-demand products, spread fake offers for treatments, and file for unemployment using stolen identities. But we’ve seen a remarkable spike in all scams – not just those related to COVID-19.
Join us for a discussion on the evolving fraud landscape with Kathy Stokes and Amy Nofziger, co-leads of the AARP Fraud Watch Network. Learn about the latest, know what to watch out for, and hear harrowing stories of real fraud victims.
The AARP Fraud Watch Network is a free resource for all. With AARP as your partner, you’ll learn how to proactively spot scams, get guidance from our fraud specialists if you’ve been targeted, and feel more secure knowing that we advocate at the federal, state, and local levels to protect consumers and enforce the law.