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MA Identity Theft & Scams Prevention Presentation

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As a part of the Attorney General’s Office continued effort to inform the public about its resources, the Community Engagement Division begun train-the-trainer model presentations. CED will provide a webinar training every month, and can provide additional webinars for service organizations and agencies upon request.

The webinar training topics are as follows (with more options to come):

  1. Worker’s Rights;
  2. Consumer Protection Tips;
  3. Unauthorized Practice of Immigration Law
  4. Identity Theft and Scam Prevention; and
  5. Landlord-Tenant Rights.

This webinar will be held on Tuesday, October 9, 2018, regarding Identity Theft and Scams Prevention.

If you have any additional questions or comments you can email our office at: AGOCommunityEngagement@State.MA.US.

Tuesday, October 9, 2018, at 10:30 a.m.

Identity Theft and Scams Prevention Presentation

Identity theft is a serious crime with serious costs for victims. ID theft occurs when someone obtains your personal information - such as your Social Security Number, credit card or account numbers, passwords, among others - to defraud or commit crimes. Victims of identity theft may lose significant money and time, and may find their reputation and credit rating has been damaged, affecting the ability to obtain loans for education or housing, approval for rental agreements, and approval for credit cards or large purchases requiring credit.

This presentation will educate consumers on how to protect personal information to prevent identity theft and about the steps to take when identity theft is discovered.

Tuesday, November 13, 2018, at 10:30 a.m.

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