State Attorney’s Office Helps Elders Combat Identity Theft

Identity theft among our vulnerable senior population is an increasingly growing problem in communities.

Identity theft among our vulnerable senior population is an increasingly growing problem in communities. 

Community Outreach Program Representative Angie Fernandez has been serving the Miami area for over 10 years, creating awareness on this issue and sharing information regarding the new tricks that identity thieves are using to prey on seniors.

During a presentation at the Dr. Armando Badia Senior Center in Miami, a handout containing a checklist on what to do in case your identity has been compromised was distributed to the attendees.

For more information on our programs or to schedule one of our presentations, please call (305) 547-0724 or send an email to Communityoutreach@miamisao.com

Community Outreach Program Representative Angie Fernandez has been serving the Miami area for over 10 years, creating awareness on this issue and sharing information regarding the new tricks that identity thieves are using to prey on seniors.
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The Office of State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle’s Community Outreach Division delivers an engagement that creates awareness on how identity thieves target some of our most vulnerable residents: seniors.