Seminar on Preventing Elder Fraud Oct 10 2018

Enterprise Bank will host speakers from the New Hampshire Attorney General’s office for a seminar “Protecting Elders from Financial Theft and Exploitation” on Wednesday, October 10 at Castleton Banquet and Conference Center,  58 Enterprise Drive, Windham, NH.

Your aging family members, friends, neighbors, or even customers could be targets of financial fraud and abuse, which can take several forms. Brandon Garod, Assistant Attorney General, and Sunny Mulligan Shea, Victim-Witness Advocate, of the Elder Abuse and Exploitation Unit, New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office, will discuss how to spot, prevent, and report cases of elder fraud.  Joining for a panel discussion is Prema Nagathan, Security Officer, SVP, Enterprise Bank. Ken Lavallee, Enterprise Bank Security Specialist, AVP, will facilitate the discussion.

Doors open and breakfast will be available at 8:00am, with the speaking presentation beginning at 8:30am. Seats are limited, and can be reserved online at bit.ly/protecteldersnh18 or by contacting Andrew Duncan at Andrew.Duncan@ebtc.com or 978-459-9000 ext. 4582.

About the Elder Abuse and Exploitation Unit

The Elder Abuse and Exploitation Unit, New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office was formed to prosecute various crimes against the elderly, and one of the best defenses against becoming victim to a fraud is awareness and education of the types of fraud and scams that exist. As part of the state’s mission to educate people, police, and prosecutors about New Hampshire’s elderly exploitation law, Brandon Garod, assistant attorney general, and Sunny Mulligan Shea, victim-witness advocate, are popular and respected speakers on the topic of elder fraud.

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