An important part of the Anti-Fraud Toolkit are
"Real-Time Fraud Alerts" which will be posted on this website and also emailed to a network of government officials, senior center employees, social workers, caretakers, and others, who work with and have access to seniors and can post or distribute these alerts. The goal of these alerts is to communicate current frauds and scams directly to seniors and those that work closely with seniors, and ideally, the Division's goal is to have these fraud-alerts posted on bulletin boards and discussed in every senior center and assisted living bulletin board in New Jersey.
In turn, the
"Real-Time Fraud Alerts" will be informed by reports we receive from this very network about different scams and frauds that are targeting seniors, to ensure that the Division is able to communicate the most up-to-date information.
If you want to be added to this email network, please submit your information
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