4 Things To Never Do On Public Wifi
Fraud expert Frank Abagnale knows that technology breeds crime. One of the richest sources of potential victims: people using free public Wi-Fi. When you are at a public place that offers free Wi-Fi, follow these guidelines.
A Great Way to Save on Vacation Lodging - AARP
AARP's Travel Expert Samantha Brown reveals a little-known website for finding inexpensive travel accommodations.
Jean Chatzky on Social Security
AARP financial ambassador Jean Chatzky suggests waiting to claim Social Security benefits so your monthly check will be higher.
Tough Interview Questions — AARP
What do you do when a prospective employer asks questions about your work history, your experience and your salary requirements? Here’s all the info you need to know.
The Equifax Breach: What You Can Do — AARP
Hackers have stolen personal data from at least 143 million Americans. Take these steps right now to protect your identity.
Stealing Your Name – Stealing Your Life
Identity thieves reveal inside stories of how they steal, consequences and devastation for victims, and the best ways to protect yourself
ID Theft Victim After an Attack | Fraud Watch Network
" All my information is out there," says identity theft victim while sharing her frustration with having her Social Security number stolen.
Scam Tracking Map
Fraud is never far away. But you can protect yourself by knowing what to watch out for – and by telling others when you’ve spotted a scam. AARP’s Fraud Watch Network scam-tracking map provides real-time alerts from law enforcement in your state.
Frank’s 10 Ways To Protect Yourself From Identity Theft
With someone’s identity stolen every two seconds, identity theft is one of the most pervasive crimes in the world. But it’s also one of the easiest to protect against. Fraud expert Frank Abagnale offers 10 easy steps to help beat identity thieves.
Watch Your WiFi: He Said She Said
On a free public network, using Wi-Fi means you’re potentially sharing your credit card numbers, passwords and other personal information with the world, leaving yourself vulnerable to criminals.
Tell Congress to Protect Medicare — AARP
If Congress doesn't act before the end of the year, Medicare could be hit with an automatic $25 billon cut in 2018 alone. Take action: action.aarp.org/ProtectMedicare.
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