How do you know is a scam and what is real? Learn at an AARP event, sponsored by BECU, featuring Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson.
Fraud is everywhere. What's worse, fraudsters' tactics are always changing. That's why BECU partnered with AARP to help individuals arm themselves with information: Learn what communication is authentic, how to identify fraudulent communication, and what do when such fraud occurs.
Join us Wednesday, May 17, for a lunch-and-learn: Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson will teach alongside the experts from the AARP Fraud Watch Network, the Federal Trade Commission and us at BECU. Doors open at 8:30 a.m. for the 9 – 1 p.m. event, held at the South Seattle College Brockey Conference Center (6000 16th Avenue SW; Seattle, WA 98106); lunch is included.
Decipher fact from fiction: Is that call really from the IRS? Do you need the supposed tech support your computer pop-up claims? Learn how to protect yourself and stay one step ahead of the scammers at the May 17 event – click here to register, or, call 1-877-926-8300.