I think it's good to have some basic "let's talk about this 'emerging issue'" talks up our sleeves for talking to patrons in our community. I like writing a lot of basic talks. Here is one I put together for our local senior residential facility. It's Creative Commons licensed which means you are welcome to use it, all of it, as long as you give me credit and don't try to sell it.
A thing that helps at the outset is telling people what they're in for. "This talk will be this long. There will be time at the end for your questions. Please feel free to interrupt me if you don't understand something."
Before we start, know that….
(or social security)
The IRS does not call you unless you are in an existing relationship with them. The IRS sends letters. They do not send the police. They send more letters.
Side note: it is worth understanding that fraud is often committed by family members, a lot more than stranger danger the media tosses at you. That said: this is not a family member scam.
This is a situation I had at drop-in time, a woman was downloading Malware Bytes, from the website, and this popped up. Looks pretty legit right? Turns out she had a weird Chrome extension that would pop these ads up.
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