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Protect Yourself Against Fraud - Information Night

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Are you able to spot the signs of a scam? Do you know the best ways to keep your personal information secure?

Orange Credit Union has been owned by member of the local community since 1964. Our way of giving back to the community is to ensure that local people understand how to protect themselves from Fraud. 
Australians are set to lose a record amount to scams in 2019, with projections from losses reported to Scamwatch and other government agencies so far expected to exceed $532 million by the end of the year, surpassing half a billion dollars for the first time.1
While technology has made things easier, nothing will protect you against fraud if you are careless with personal information. By keeping your personal information safe and being aware of security, you can play an important part in protecting your personal financial information and preventing fraud. 
Come along to our “How to Protect yourself from Fraud” Information Night where we’ll give you insight to the latest Fraud scams and how to protect yourself online and offline.  We'll have a panel of speakers with decades of experience in crime, fraud and assessing risk so bring your questions and concerns!

The Key Speakers include: 

  • Nikki Hodge, Senior Constable, Crime Prevention Officer, NSW Police   
  • Clint Fearnley, Corporate Services Manager, Orange Credit Union
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When is the Information Night?

Tuesday, 19th November 2019 

5:45pm - 6:45pm

Orange Ex-Services Club, Coral Sea Room

FREE to attend

Seats are limited so book today! Bookings are essential. 


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1. Scamwatch: "Record losses expected as scammers target Australians" August 2019


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