Event Details

Stay Safe – Avoiding Identity Theft and Financial Fraud
Description – How common is identity theft? Even if you haven’t been victimized, when you hear news of another significant data breach or a friend tells you a story of an ID theft issue, you may wonder if you’re next - or if it’s something you need to worry about at all. An estimated 17 million Americans were victims of identity theft in 2019. This workshop will teach you the essential steps and actions you need to take to protect yourself, tools available to help consumers, and the do’s and don’ts related to your credit history. Core topics: 
  • How ID theft happens
  • Common financial scams
  • Using Credit freezes
  • Best practices when the phone rings
  • Options when a data breach occurs
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Session To Attend

Sat 11/7/2020
9:00 AM-10:00 AM ET
ONLINE
UMCU Financial Wellness – Live, Online workshop - all persons registered will be emailed a secure link 15 minutes prior to the start time to join the session using WebEx Meetings. Attendees will participate in the session via their PC or laptop, with both audio and visual.
Sat 11/7/2020
11:00 AM-12:00 PM ET
ONLINE
UMCU Financial Wellness – Live, Online workshop - all persons registered will be emailed a secure link 15 minutes prior to the start time to join the session using WebEx Meetings. Attendees will participate in the session via their PC or laptop, with both audio and visual.
Sat 11/7/2020
1:00 PM-2:00 PM ET
ONLINE
UMCU Financial Wellness – Live, Online workshop - all persons registered will be emailed a secure link 15 minutes prior to the start time to join the session using WebEx Meetings. Attendees will participate in the session via their PC or laptop, with both audio and visual.

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