JLab Hosts Identity Theft Seminar
Whether on business travel or not, if you ever had your wallet or purse stolen or had the bank close your credit card within a few days of using it at an ATM machine to get cash you have experienced Identify Theft first hand. In 2008, almost 10 million people were victims of Identify Theft. According to the 2009 Javelin Strategy & Research Center report that number is up 22% from 2007.
- What Can I Do About Identity Theft and Fraud?
- What Should I Do To Avoid Becoming a Victim of Identity Theft while on Travel?
- What Should I Do If I've Become a Victim of Identity Theft?
- Where Can I Find Out More About Identity Theft and Fraud?
The "WHERE" is here at Jefferson Lab, August 18, 2009 2-3pm, CC Auditorium.
FBI Special Agent in Charge Alex J. Turner of the Norfolk Division will give a seminar that answers these questions.
SAC Turner joined the FBI in 1985 after serving as a Patrol Officer for the Greenbelt City Police Department for four years. His years of service as a field agent and supervisor eventually brought him to Hampton Roads, where in 2008, Mr. Turner reported as the Special Agent in Charge of the Norfolk Division. SAC Turner dedicates as many hours as possible to informing the public about Identify Theft and Fraud.
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