Fraud, scams highlighted in AARP TeleTown Hall

(Courtesy AARP Wyoming)

AARP Wyoming is hosing a TeleTown Hall concentrating on avoiding fraud and scams later this month.

According to a press release from the AARP, the teleconference open to AARP members takes place starting at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, September 30.

AARP Wyoming state director Sam Shumway and Wyoming Public Radio’s Bob Beck will moderate the call, which will feature expert advice from Ben Burningham with the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office, Jane Carlson of Wyoming’s Adult Protective Services, and U.S. Attorney Mark Klaassen.

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“Our TeleTown Halls are a great opportunity for us to speak directly to many of our 83,000 members in the state of Wyoming,” said Shumway in the release.

On the night of the teleconference, the AARP will call Wyoming members and those who answer will be automatically connected to the conference.

Those who do not receive or missed the call can dial 1-877-229-8493 and use access code 16277 before 7 p.m. Online listening is also available by following this link.