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5 Tips to Help You Avoid Investment Fraud and Protect Your Finances
Event Date: 04/24/2012 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Have you ever been given a “great offer” or a “hot tip” on an investment? You would have been right to be skeptical. Such investments, while tempting, can be risky.

Listen to experts from AARP and FINRA(Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) Investor Education Foundation as they discuss “5 Tips to Help You Avoid Investment Fraud and Protect Your Finances,” learn tips to help keep your money safe from scammers and aggressive sales people, and use this online forum as an opportunity to ask questions you might have about this issue.

During this one hour free interactive, online discussion, you’ll hear useful tips like:
  • Common warning signs of a scam
  • Finding out if the product is registered
  • Making sure investment products are right for you
  • Checking your financial professional’s license and background
  • Becoming a Free Lunch Monitor

You will have access to presentation materials and resources, and the opportunity to ask questions of the experts.

Already have questions about protecting your finances? Send them in advance! Email moneywebinars@aarp.org or Tweet us @AARPMoney and we will answer as many questions as possible during the conversation.

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