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Financial Harm Awareness Event - East Lothian

Alert message sent 05/02/2019 12:06:00

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Fraud, Scams and Financial Plans
The following message and attachment has been circulated on behalf of the East Lothian and Midlothian Public Protection Committee (EMPPC)
Do you know how to protect yourself and those you love from financial harm?
Harm takes many forms - psychological, sexual, neglect, physical and financial. Local councils have a duty to investigate cases where harm is known or suspected. Financial harm is one of the most common forms of harm.
You can find out more about how to keep yourself and your family safe by coming along to one of our free drop-in events as below on 19th February 2019. You will be able to talk to representatives from Trading Standards, Citizens Advice, Police Scotland, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, Neighbourhood Watch Scotland, Royal Bank of Scotland, and East Lothian and Midlothian Public Protection Office about what you can do to protect you and yours.
Events – Tuesday 19th February
Fisherrow Community Centre, Musselburgh (9.30am - 12 midday)
John Gray Centre, Haddington Library (2pm - 4.30pm)
Tea and coffee will be provided at both venues.
Please circulate further as required.
www.emppc.org.uk
 
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Willie Clark (NHWN, Community Engagement Officer, NW Scotland)
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