Con artists target people age 60 and older swindling more than 7 million Americans out of almost $3 billion each year. Northeast RSVP and the Iowa Insurance
Con artists target people age 60 and older swindling more than 7 million Americans out of almost $3 billion each year. Northeast RSVP and the Iowa Insurance Division will be presenting “Iowa Fraud Fighters” seminars on Thursday, February 27, 6:30 PM, at the Decorah Public Library in the Public Meeting Room.
The hour-long seminar teaches consumers how to shield their savings from scammers and fraudulent investment offers. Presenters will share tips on recognizing and reporting fraud, explain how to use the “Double-check before you invest” program, and share stories of people who have lost their life savings to fraud.
Iowa Fraud Fighter seminars are being presented by NEI RSVP volunteers with assistance from local sponsors. Northeast Iowa RSVP matches volunteers age 55 and up with opportunities to serve at non-profits in Allamakee, Howard and Winneshiek counties. The February 27 seminar is co-sponsored by Decorah Public Library.
Visit www.decorah.lib.ia.us/RSVP for more information additional seminars and links to fraud fighting resources.
If your business or organization would like to host a Fraud Fighters seminar, please contact Deana Hageman at 563-277-5181 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Thursday) 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Decorah Public Library
202 Winnebago St