By: Peter Christian
State Auditor and Insurance Commissioner Matt Rosendale will be co-hosting a statewide telephone town hall meeting on Thursday evening specifically targeted at seniors who may fall victim to COVID 19 scams.
Rosendale heads up the Montana Senior Financial Exploitation Task Force helping older Montanans stay safe from fraud and scams.
“We’ll be hosting a tele-town hall this Thursday, April 9th at 6:20 p.m. to help get the word out to Montanans,” said Rosendale. “We’ll be dialing out to approximately 90,000 Montanans, however, anyone can listen in to the town hall meeting by going to our website and clicking on the link so they can hear the information that is being shared.”
Rosendale identified those who would be participating in the statewide call,
“The tele-town hall will be hosted by the State Auditor’s office, the Montana Division of Banking and the Attorney General’s office. Representatives from each office will be available to answer questions and to share information about the potential frauds and scams that are taking place now and we’re likely to see more of in the future.”
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