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AARP speaker to discuss fraud on April 3

WORTHINGTON -- Jay Haapala, associate state director of community engagement with AARP Minnesota and leader of the state's Fraud Watch Network, will give a presentation during a sponsored lunch scheduled for 11:30 a.m. April 3 at the Center for A...

WORTHINGTON - Jay Haapala, associate state director of community engagement with AARP Minnesota and leader of the state’s Fraud Watch Network, will give a presentation during a sponsored lunch scheduled for 11:30 a.m. April 3 at the Center for Active Living.

 

The presentation is based on analysis of undercover FBI recordings of con artists in action, consumer protection laws and reports from crime victims. The discussion can include a variety of topics depending on the audience’s interest - scams, identity theft, credit card fraud, cyber security and online safety, investment fraud, consumer protections, abuse within families and more.

 

Menu for the Worthington Senior Dining lunch includes meatballs w/gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans, bread and margarine, ice cream and milk. The event is free.

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Call 376-9718 by noon March 30 to reserve a spot.

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