What To Do If You Are Scammed

Virtual event - registration required please see below

Scammers can be very convincing. They will call, email, and send text messages, trying to get your hard-earned money or other sensitive information, like your Social Security number or bank account number(s).

Amanda Emery-Morris and and Samantha Petrie from the Farmers and Merchants Union Bank of Columbus will walk us through the procedure for identifying and dealing with internet scammers. They will discuss potential scam red flags, what you should do if you think you have been scammed, and what to do if you have authorized a scammer to access your bank account.

There will be time for questions at the end of the presentation.

Email address required to sign up for virtual event. Please click here to regeisterYou will receive the link to the meeting via email a day or two before the group meets.You will receive a confirmation email to show that your email address is correct. If you do not receive the confirmation, please contact Adult Services Librarian Catherine Brick at catherine [at] columbuspubliclibrary.info or call the library at 920-623-5910. Contact the Columbus Senior Center for more infomation on in-person event.

You may attend the event by laptop, tablet, computer or smartphone. The event is free and open to all.

catherine@columbuspubliclibrary.info or 920-623-5910