MI Attorney General’s Consumer Programs: Identity Theft

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The Portage Lake District Library will host a member of Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette’s Consumer Education Programs team on Tuesday, July 10, from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. for a presentation about identity theft.


Jake Putala will explain how to recognize the signs of identity theft and fraud, how to protect your personal information online and off, and what to do if you become an identity theft victim.


The Attorney General’s Consumer Education initiative is a free educational program offered statewide to help Michigan’s adult population avoid becoming victims of scams and frauds. Programming topics include home repair and improvement, identity theft, in-home care and senior residences, investment fraud, online safety, and phone, mail, and e-scams.


Putala is a native of the Upper Peninsula and serves as a Consumer Education and OK2SAY School Safety Presenter with the Michigan Department of Attorney General.


This event is sponsored by the Michigan Tech Employees Federal Credit Union.


All library programs are free and everyone is welcome. For more information, please call the library at 482-4570.



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