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Fraud: Identify and Avoiding Scams

May 1 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

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Redmond, OR, April 29, 2024 — The Redmond Senior Center is proud to announce a special event dedicated to empowering our senior community with the knowledge and tools necessary to identify and avoid scams. Scheduled for Wednesday, May 1, from 1 PM to 2:15 PM, this informative and FREE session will feature Randi Osbon, a respected financial expert from First Interstate Bank, who will share crucial insights on fraud prevention.

Fraud and scams targeting senior citizens are a growing concern, with new schemes emerging constantly. Recognizing the importance of safeguarding our senior community, the Redmond Senior Center is proactively hosting this event at its facility at 325 NW Dogwood Ave, Redmond, OR 97756.

Event Highlights Include:

  • Expert Insights: Randi Osbon from First Interstate Bank will provide an in-depth look into the latest strategies for identifying and avoiding scams specifically targeting seniors.
  • First-Hand Strategies: Attendees will learn practical, first-hand strategies for fraud prevention, equipping them with the knowledge to protect their finances and personal information.
  • Community Support: This event underscores the commitment of community organizations like the Redmond Senior Center to offer essential resources and support, reinforcing their vital role in enhancing our seniors’ well-being.

“We are thrilled to have Randi Osbon share her expertise with our community,” said Randy Graves, Director of the Redmond Senior Center. “Educating seniors about fraud prevention is crucial in today’s digital age. We hope this talk will foster a sense of vigilance and empowerment among our senior residents.”

The talk is open to all senior citizens and their caregivers who wish to learn more about staying safe in an increasingly scam-ridden landscape. This event is not only a prime opportunity for learning but also a testament to the strength and resilience of our senior community, which thrives on staying informed and vigilant.

If you cannot make it to the event on May 1, don’t worry; another event is scheduled for Wednesday, May 15th.


May 1
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
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