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Fraud Prevention Seminar

Learn how to recover from and prevent future fraud from a passionate expert; Retired Dallas Police Detective MIchael Dana.
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Learn how to recover from and prevent future fraud from a passionate expert; Retired Dallas Police Detective MIchael Dana.

This free seminar will focus on various frauds suffered by consumers at the hands of suspects locally and abroad. Topics covered will include; counterfeit checks and currency, credit card fraud, identity theft, computer crimes, senior fraud, home repair scams, and non-traditional organized crime groups.

We will discuss the civil and criminal remedies that occur as a result of these offenses both at the local and federal level. Group participation is highly encouraged and we can utilize actual fraud situations from attendees.

You will learn about numerous fraud schemes and how you, as the consumer, can recover and hopefully prevent its future occurrence.

Attendees will be able to schedule a private consultation with Michael if they have an ongoing fraud matter that they have not been able to remedy effectively.

SimplyAware Wellness & Training Center
1719 Analog Drive, Richardson, TX 75081
(214) 476-1719 | M-F 9am-9pm
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