AARP Hawaii Town Hall on Impostor Fraud

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Impostor fraud is Hawai`i’s most reported fraud. At the heart of the scam — people pretending to be someone they are not to gain your trust. Think of the IRS Scam, the Microsoft Scam, the Grandparent Scam. Join AARP HI State Director Kealii Lopez and guests: Scott Spallina, Honolulu Deputy Prosecutor, and Amy Nofziger, AARP’s Director of Fraud Victim Support, for a live Telephone Forum to find out about the latest impostor frauds, how to avoid them, and what to do if you’ve been conned.

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