MANALAPAN, NJ — Monmouth County Consumer Affairs Director David M. Salkin will provide information on the latest consumer scams during a “Fraud Watch” program, to be held at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, February 25 the Monmouth County Library Headquarters, 125 Symmes Drive.
During the free event, Salkin will address the most current, devious scam scams and offer ways that residents can stay vigilant in protecting themselves from fraudsters, scam artists, cybercriminals and bad business practices.
“Scam artists and cybercriminals are constantly trying to come up with new ways to trick individuals in order to obtain personal information,” said Freeholder Lillian Burry, liaison to the Division of Consumer Affairs. “It is extremely important that the public is aware of the most current scams so Monmouth County residents do not fall victim to these numerous malpractices.
Registration is required to ensure that the division has sufficient materials for attendees. To register, call 732-431-7220, ext. 7222.
For more information about the Division of Consumer Affairs, visit www.visitmonmouth.com.
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