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“Arkansas Ask: Consumer Fraud”

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For 15 years, identity theft has topped the list of national consumer complaints, and many Americans feel like they have lost control of their data. Find out how you can protect your personal information and learn about consumer fraud and different types of scams as a panel of expert guests join us in a special “Arkansans Ask” Thursday, July 20, at 7 p.m.

Joining us as panelists are expert guests are: Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge; Mike Rohrer, vice president of business development for the Better Business Bureau of Arkansas; Warren Searls, lead fraud volunteer for AARP Arkansas; and Barry Jackson, senior vice president and COO of Arkansas Bankers Association. They’ll be answering viewer questions and will share tips and valuable information on how to protect your personal information and guard against scams. Lance Turner will serve as host.

Viewers may submit questions and comments at 800-662-2386, or on Twitter with #ARAsk.


Thursday, July 20, 2017

“Arkansans Ask: Consumer Fraud,” 7 p.m.