Every year, Americans lose billions of their hard-earned dollars to con artists. That's why AARP launched the Fraud Watch Network, to arm Americans with the tools they need to spot and avoid fraud and scams. This presentation will educate participants on fraud trends and behavior; the con artist's playbook; prevention strategies; and resources for those needing help. How can Wisconsinites outsmart scammers before they strike? This presentation will demonstrate how to beat con artists at their own game.
Jeannie Tucker is the Senior Program Specialist for AARP Wisconsin. Her work is largely focused on fraud prevention education and outreach across Wisconsin, though she is also involved in several other association projects including the monthly AARP Live TV Program. Prior to joining the AARP Wisconsin State Office in September of 2016, Jeannie spent seven years as the Director of Operations for AARP Vermont. Before joining the AARP team in 2009; Jeannie worked in the health care industry in both clinical and administrative fields. A native Vermonter, she now lives in Madison, WI with her husband.
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African Americans & Kidney Disease
Did you know that African Americans are 3 times more likely to experience kidney failure? Because kidney disease often has no symptoms, it can go unnoticed until it is very advanced. But there's good news. Taking steps to live a healthy lifestyle can go a long way towards reducing risk. Read more.