How to Protect Your Financial Information While You Travel
A virtual seminar presented by Apple Bank, the United States Postal Inspection Service and the Brooklyn Public Library.
Wednesday, August 18
Hosted on Zoom
Summertime means vacation time. But beware: Fraudsters look for ways to steal personal information while victims are away from their homes. While scammers can target anyone that travels, older Americans are particularly at risk.
This free virtual seminar provides important information on how to prevent elder financial abuse while traveling. Participants will:
Learn about a variety of mail scams targeting older adults
Receive tips and tools to protect personal information while away from home
Learn how to report incidents of potential elder financial abuse
Have the opportunity to ask questions directly to industry experts from the U.S. Postal Service and members of Apple Bank’s Fraud team
Mark your calendar for Wednesday, August 18, at 11 a.m.
Registration is required, so please register now or email Lyman Clayborn at email@example.com! You will receive a link to join the seminar on Zoom at 10 a.m. on the day of the program.
For technical assistance logging into the Zoom meeting, call (718) 968-7275.
Please note: This program will be recorded in speaker-mode only and shared later on Brooklyn Public Library's social media platforms. All participants who register and join this program may be recorded. Your image may be seen if you leave your camera on. If you ask a question during the live presentation, your voice will be heard, and your name may be visible. Those who watch the recorded presentation after the event can direct their questions to Apple Bank’s CustomerLine by calling 914-902-2775.