Identity theft seminar to be held July 31

If you’re worried about the growing identity theft trend, the Greenwich Chamber of Commerce has a program just for you.

On Wednesday, July 31, from 6:15 to 7:15 p.m. the chamber, in cooperation with the Greenwich Police Department and CT Financial Crimes Task Force, will be holding an open forum presentation entitled, “Combating Identity Theft and Retail Fraud” at the Greenwich Public Safety Complex located at 11 Bruce Place.

The free Forum will be open to all retail and business employees in Greenwich. Senior Special Agent Derek Dunn of the U.S. Secret Service and CT Financial Crimes Task Force and Det. Mark Solomon of the GPD will be presenting information to help safeguard individuals and business against counterfeit currency, counterfeit credit/debit/gift cards, network intrusions into retail business and ATM and credit card skimming.

The seminar is free but interested parties are being asked to register at GreenwichChamber.com or call 203-869-3500 for more information.

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