Helping Neighbors: F.I.S.H. Program Presentation: Enough of Scams; Stop Identity Theft In Its Track
F.I.S.H. OF SANCAP, with The Sanibel Police Department, Entech, and Griffon Force, is offering a community presentation, ‘Enough of Scams; Stop Identity Theft In Its Tracks, on Thursday, December 6, 2018, from 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM at Saint Michael & All Angel’s Episcopal Church, 2304 Periwinkle Way, Sanibel. Lunch will be provided.
Personal identity theft occurs every two seconds, and the demographic hardest hit are those 65 years of age and older, according to the Center of Medicare and Medicaid Services. Everyone, though, should be in a high alert mode when it comes to the very savvy identity theft and scams taking place. All ages can become victims, and all need to be cautious when answering phone calls, text messages and electronic mail.
Join our panel of experts from The Sanibel Police Department, Griffon Force, LLC and Entech to learn how to make your environment and community safe. Experts will discuss and advise on how to prevent identity theft and other fraudulent electronic crimes.
“In the data-centric world we live in,” begins Carrie Kerskie of Griffon Force, “your information has become your greatest asset. Lean how to protect yourself and your family by joining us for this interactive discussion.” Ms. Kerskie is the President of Griffon Force and a highly sought-after national speaker, trainer, author and consultant on the topics of identity theft, fraud and data privacy.
Scam artists are far too clever in establishing a connection with us with the sole intent of stealing our identity. By attending this very important seminar, you will educate yourselves against these crimes and many others that can change lives. For additional information and to RSVP, contact Kathy Y. Monroe, FISH Program Director at (239) 472-4775