Matt Rosendale stops at Senior Center to speak to local seniors about fraud

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By: Mary Ann Harwood

Matt Rosendale, with the Montana Commissioner of Securities and Insurance Office (CSI), spoke to seniors Oct. 4 over lunch at the Shelby Senior Center about fraud.

It was shared that Montana is in the top five in the United States for having the oldest population. Because of this, scammers are focusing on Montanans to prosper themselves. Rosendale and his team talked to those at the Senior Center about pyramid schemes, promissory notes, lottery sweepstake scams, investment scams, grandparent scams and other types of scams.

“To avoid any of these scams, do not give any personal information over the phone, hang up and report these calls immediately to the sheriff’s office or you may call CSI,” said Rosendale. “Avoid the ‘free-lunch’ seminars, where individuals try to get you to invest in their product or service. If you want to do some investing and you aren’t sure if the folks are legitimate, contact CSI and they can give you that information.”

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