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Join us to learn how to protect yourself, your loved ones and your community members from losing their hard-earned savings.

 

Financial predators target elders and the poor through predatory lending, payday loans, fraud, identity theft and scams. They often prey on people at their most vulnerable moments. But increasingly sophisticated fraudulent schemes can fool the most savvy individuals.

 

As part of our Economic Empowerment series, the USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture presents a panel of experts who can tell you how to avoid becoming a victim of financial fraud and predatory practices – and what to do if you have become a victim.

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: This session will be helpful to anybody who wants to secure their financial future.

 

Attention, Faith and Community Leaders:

Don’t miss this opportunity to bring critical information back to your communities and help your members – particularly those vulnerable to elder financial abuse.

 

CRCC’s inspirational leader Rev. Dr. Cecil L. Murray has always taught that congregations should help people with their spiritual AND social condition. You can help people gain tools to meet their financial and life goals by attending in-person to learn the skills yourself and by sharing the webinar with your community members.

 

As Rev. Murray says, it’s not enough to give people a fish or even teach them to fish; we must teach them how to own the pond.

 

Equip your community members to elevate their financial future.

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