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TODAY: How to Avoid Potential Scams

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On Tuesday, Oct. 9 at the Newton Senior Center, the city of Newton will be hosting a presentation advising residents about potential scams and how they can be avoided.

Among the speakers today will be Mayor Setti Warren, Director of Senior Services Jayne Colino, Meaghan Connolly, mediator from the Office of Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley, Newton Police Department Elder Affairs Officer Eric Rosenbaum, and Mim Cole and Judy Zohn, co-directors of the Attorney General's Newton-Brookline Consumer Office.

This will be a great opportunity for residents to learn about the most recent scams, how to protect themselves and against them, and where to report them.

The presentation is free and open to all, and will take place at the Newton Senior Center, located at 345 Walnut St. in Newtonville, today at noon


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