Avoiding Scams and ID Theft/Cybersecurity

Avoiding Scams and ID Theft/Cybersecurity

More About Avoiding Scams and ID Theft/Cybersecurity

This program presented by the PA Department of Banking and Securities will combine Avoiding Scams and ID Theft and Cybersecurity into a comprehensive presentation that will cover how to avoid scams and identity theft both online and off line. We will cover how identity theft can happen, what to do when it happens to you, and the best ways to stay safe online.

Tags: Seniors, Retirement, Seniors, Cybersecurity, Computers, Internet, Scams, ID Theft, Crime Prevention

Posted By: PA Department of Banking and Securities

Event Details

Date: June 14, 2018
Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Free Library of Northampton Township
25 Upper Holland Road
Richboro, Pennsylvania 18954


Katrina Boyer

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More About this Event Poster: PA Department of Banking and Securities

The mission of Pennsylvania’s Department of Banking and Securities is to regulate financial services and work to ensure consumers and businesses are well-informed about the marketplace. Our Financial Services for Consumers and Business staff works to help consumers and investors protect and grow their money through an Investor Education and Consumer Outreach program. We work with state and local government agencies, service providers, community and trade organizations, the General Assembly, the military community, schools, and other partners to help Pennsylvanians across the commonwealth. Our programs and presentations are FREE and non-commercial. Our Consumer Services Office helpline (1-800-PA-BANKS or1-800-600-0007) provides free help to anyone with a question, concern, or complaint about financial services, transactions, or products.

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