VICTORVILLE – Assemblyman Jay Obernolte announced a Senior Scam Stopper Event he has planned to take place later this month. Obernolte said that the event will be free and will include a panel of experts who will provide information to seniors of how to protect themselves from fraud, including identity theft. Those in attendance will be able to ask questions and receive answers. Those who are victims of scams also can obtain assistance.
“Scams such as Identity theft and fraud are serious issues that often target the elderly,” Assemblyman Obernolte said. “I want to do everything I can to educate my constituents so they do not fall victim to these scams.” Victorville Mayor Gloria Garcia, who was a victim of identity theft will discuss her experience. “Through my personal experience, I have learned that identity theft can strike anyone,” said Mayor Gloria Garcia. “Education is the first step in protecting oneself from scams and fraud, so I encourage everyone to take advantage of this free seminar that will offer helpful advice and resources.”
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The event will take Friday, June 23rd, from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m at the Victorville City Hall, 14343 Civic Drive Conference Room D in the City of Victorville.
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