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.