Learn to protect yourself from fraud tomorrow in Clubhouse 3
The Sunshine Club will meet in person on Friday, April 15, in Clubhouse 3, Room 2, at 10 a.m. The meetings will no longer be held via Zoom, and all residents are welcome to join. Face masks are not mandatory but strongly recommended.
Jackie Wiley, education and outreach specialist with the Department of Financial Protection and Innovation (DFPI), will speak to the Sunshine Club about fraud. The DFPI is California’s financial services regulator, with oversight of state-licensed financial service institutions, products and professionals.
Since 2001, Wiley has dedicated her work in the community to informing seniors on how to recognize the warning signs of financial fraud and scams to help protect seniors from unfair, deceptive, and abusive practices that have led to pandemic-inspired and common financial fraud and scams, as well as to empower Californians of all ages to make informed financial decisions.
Wiley started her career with the DFPI in the enforcement division serving on the front lines of consumer services. She has frequently spoken on financial literacy topics to inform seniors on how to recognize the warning signs of financial fraud and scams.
Wiley’s presentation will be a brief department overview and a discussion of resources, including a variety of financial literacy topics, such as mortgage/foreclosure frauds, home improvement financing (PACE), use of digital methods and more, plus the importance of safeguarding personal finances and information.
For more information, text Anna Derby at (562) 301-5339.