With the online world growing at a faster rate than ever, it can be even more difficult to spot a fraudulent email or message. There are a variety of different ways people can anonymously trick you into giving up your personal or financial information. Small things like staying aware of spelling errors or unfamiliar websites can save you from being a part of a cyber scam.
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Thursday, November 9 | 1 p.m.
The Village at Rockville
9803 Veirs Drive
Rockville, MD 20850
Featuring guest speaker Keith A. Custer, FBI, Supervisory Special Agent, Complex Financial Crimes Unit
In an era of advancing technology and complex financial landscapes, effective fraud prevention has emerged as a critical concern for older adults and their families. With a wealth of life experience and accumulated assets, older adults are frequently targeted for various forms of fraud, ranging from deceptive phone calls and phishing emails to sophisticated investment schemes and even identity theft
Join us for an informative session with Supervisory Special Agent Keith A. Custer from the FBI as he discusses the most common types of fraud, how to identify a scam, steps to avoid becoming a victim of fraud and what to do if you suspect you have been victimized.
Please RSVP by November 2