June 2021 Newsletter

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June 2021 Newsletter

June 4, 2021 Michael Flahaven

Senior Scams – Attorney General Office

Wednesday, June 16th, 2021
10:30 am – 11:30 am
We Are Hosting Our
Monthly Seminar on Zoom

How to enter our meeting:

Zoom Meeting

Open Zoom and enter Meeting ID. Enter password, ‘senior’ when prompted.

Open your web browser and click link. Download the Zoom app when prompted and enter password ‘senior”

https://zoom.us/j/94121816450?pwd=TVlpUWJTTmExM1ZiVENvY2RnRFJKUT09

Meeting ID: 941 2181 6450

Passcode: senior

Please enter your information to get follow up information, ask a question before hand or request a call from one of our experts.

June 2021

Wednesday, June 16th SENIOR SCAMS Attorney General Office

Did you know…

  • That roughly one in five citizens in Florida are aged 65 and older? 
  • That Florida has designated legal services and programs for Seniors? 
  • That Senior Consumer Alerts in Florida are focused on protecting Seniors from scams and faulty products directed at Seniors? 

Consumer Alerts for Seniors

What exactly is a ‘consumer alert’?  We hear the term quite a bit in the news, online, in magazines and on tv warning us about a particular product, service or even company.  

It’s important to know exactly what the term means and what recourses become available to you have purchased a product or service that has a consumer alert.

Consumer Alerts are issued to inform the media and public of new methods used to commit fraud, trends in consumer complaints or other deceptive practices used to take advance of Floridians.

Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody issues Consumer Alerts to inform the media and the public of emerging scams, new methods used to commit fraud, trends in consumer complaints, or any other deceptive practices utilized to take advantage of Floridians. Consumer Alerts are designed to help prevent financial loss or other harm caused by scammers. They are also used to notify Floridians about available refunds, restitution and claims funds resulting from action taken by Attorney General Moody’s Consumer Protection Division.

Anyone encountering a scam should report the incident to the Florida Attorney General’s Office by calling 1(866) 9NO-SCAM or by filing a complaint online by clicking the link below:

REPORT A SCAM

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Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021

10:30 am – 11:30 am

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