We are closed February 28th due to weather. All in-person appointments are cancelled except for telehealth.

Consumer Protection Presentation

Michelle Newman, Deputy Attorney General from the Nevada Attorney General’s Office, Bureau of Consumer Protection, gave a presentation on recent fraud trends such as Identity Theft, IRS impersonation calls, credit card skimmers, and other scams. She also talked about how consumers can protect themselves as well as the importance of Consumer Protection complaints and how to make them.

Newman also brought flyers and resources to help consumers protect themselves. You can view the PDF versions of those resources for free on the Federal Trade Commission website and order physical copies as well.

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