Ferdinand Library hosting scam seminar with Better Business Bureau

 The Tri-State Better Business Bureau will present, “Top Scams Affecting Consumers, plus Additional Scams Targeting Seniors” on Friday, May 10 from 11:30 to 12:30 EST at the Ferdinand Library.  Light lunch snacks will be served.

Scam tactics are continually evolving, so it can be tough to stay up to date with the most current marketplace concerns.  Join the Tri-State Better Business Bureau’s Vice President of Business Relations, Susan Bolin, to learn about the riskiest scams as reported in the 2023 BBB Scam Tracker Risk Report.  Susan will share how the riskiest scams were determined by BBB, common tactics for execution, and tips for staying safe. She will also discuss scams targeting seniors and provide avenues for reporting.

More information is available on the Ferdinand Library’s Facebook page or on their website, www.jdcpl.us. Registration is not required but is preferred.

The Ferdinand Library is open M-TH from 9-8, F from 9-5 and S from 9-2. Contact the Library at 812.367.1671 with any questions.