Are you worried about sharing private information when you shop or pay your bills online?
Have you had a phone call telling you that you need to pay your tax debt now or action will be taken?
To find out about the latest scams going around and how to avoid them, join the team at the Grafton library on Monday (May 13) at 11am for a free ‘Avoiding Scams’ workshop.
A Legal Aid NSW lawyer will share information on how you can protect your identity and how the law can help if you get scammed.
Participants will also learn about the free legal resources available in all Clarence Valley libraries, including: Law Handbook – a practical guide to 40 legal topics from family law to wills, neighbours to employment; and Neighbours and the law – an easy-to-understand guide to the different areas of law that are involved in neighbourhood issues and disputes.
The ‘Avoiding Scams’ workshop is a Law Week (May 13-19) initiative presented by Grafton library, Legal Information Access Centre (LIAC) and Legal Aid NSW.
Booking are essential. If you’d like to attend, contact Grafton Library on 6641 0111 or email [email protected].