A press release from the Huntley Area Tea Party:
HUNTLEY AREA TEA PARTY Presentation
Scams and Frauds; What We’re Up Against
What We Must Know and Do
Can you spot a thief?
Can you sniff a fraud?
Come and learn more about the threat, dangers, and consequences of scams and frauds out there today, presented by two local authorities with our best interests and safety in mind.
Deputy Aimee’ Knop, a 13 year veteran – McHenry County Sheriff’s Office, currently part of the Community Relations Division, will present important information about various scams and fraud happenings in and around McHenry County.
These can come by way of the internet, as well as from phone calls, mail, or someone approaching your residence.
Roy Jacob, Vice President, Branch Manager – Chase Bank, Huntley – will cover topics ranging from Credit and Debit cards, the differences and how they are used; security around personal accounts; what you as clients can do to avoid fraudulent access to your accounts.
He will also cover measures the bank has taken to alert clients about suspicious activity on their accounts, and identifying a true alert or a scam alert, so clients don’t share their personal info when not needed.
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Gather in 6:30 pm; Program begins at 7 pm
Huntley Park District
12015 Mill Street (off Rt 47)