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Battle On Against Consumer Fraud

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Battle On Against Consumer Fraud

Identity theft and other forms of fraud pose a serious threat in South Dakota. Fraud and scams cause billions of dollars in loses every year. That is why AARP South Dakota is teaming up with Attorney General Marty Jackley to fight back.

AARP-South Dakota State Director Sarah Jennings says anyone could be a victim…

 

Jennings says they are launching the “Fraud Watch Network” to give people more information about new and ongoing scams…

 

Jennings says they are working with the Attorney General to help people avoid scams…

 

For more information go to aarp.org/fraudwatchnetwork, or call 877-908-3360.

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