Learn what scams to watch for in "Age Smart" online forum, Dec. 8
December 1, 2020
“Age Smart – Let’s Talk”, the series of monthly forums sponsored by AARP Alaska, Older Persons Action Group and the Anchorage Senior Activity Center, returns Dec. 8, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Events are currently held virtually on the internet, using Zoom.
This month’s presentation is “Avoiding Holiday Scams,” by Michelle Tabler, AARP Alaska volunteer. The holiday season shopping season is here, and so are the scammers, ready to entice unsuspecting shoppers online by email and by phone to part with their money. Michelle is the former head of Alaska’s Better Business Bureau office and her presentation will touch on the types of scams that are common this time of year and how to avoid becoming a victim.
The “Age Smart – Let’s Talk” series is a monthly forum that focuses on a topic of interest and importance to Alaskans who want to be thoughtful about how to make good choices as they grow older. The series is developed to provide working age adults with information necessary to plan and fulfill a secure, healthy and satisfying “life After 60” (all ages are welcome). Each month the series highlights a particular topic with a variety of formats, including issue experts, panel discussions, interactive presentations, and plenty of time for questions.
Admission is free and open to everyone. Early log-in begins at 6 p.m., for people wanting extra time for technical tasks or troubleshooting. Presentation begins at 6:30.
To sign up, go to AARP’s event page at https://aarp.cvent.com/ASDEC2020.