News Briefing - Learn what your audiences can do to protect themselves against fraud

News Briefing - Learn what your audiences can do to protect themselves against fraud

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 BEWARE OF FINANCIAL PREDATORS --
WHAT YOUR AUDIENCES NEED TO KNOW TO PROTECT
THEMSELVES AGAINST FRAUD

Foreclosures, the recession and government cutbacks have created a perfect storm of financial pressures. Payday lenders, fake mortgage modifiers, fraudulent lawyers, scam artists of all kinds are making huge amounts of money off vulnerable and desperate people.

Learn about the latest scams and how to advise your audiences about protecting themselves and their families. Find out where to go for government-subsidized financial counseling.

What: News briefing sponsored by NAM and The Center for Responsible Lending California Office

Where: The California Endowment, Room: Tahoe
1000 South Alameda, Los Angeles, CA 90012
(free parking available)
Phone:1-800-449-4149

When: Thursday, May 12, 10:30 am to 12:30 pm
Light lunch provided

RSVP: Julian Do at jdo@newamericamedia.org, or 714-366-6669
Dana Levine at dlevine@newamericamedia.org, or 415-543-4170

This briefing is sponsored by a grant to CRL-CA from The California Community Foundation
 

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