By Rusty Surette, News 9
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma seniors are often the target of scams, but one state agency is hoping to stop the trend.
The Oklahoma Insurance Department's Anti-Fraud Team and Medicare Assistance Program will be hosting five Senior Fraud Summits across the state in July and August.
The summits include breakfast, and are free to the public. There is a $25 cost for insurance professionals and law enforcement professionals seeking CE credits.
The goal of these summits is to educate seniors on the dangers of fraud, current scams targeting seniors and fraudulent Medicare actions. Through these educations presentations, Insurance Commissioner John Doak hopes to empower seniors to protect themselves from fraudulent activity.
Here are the time and locations for the summits:
Southwest Expo Center
Doubletree Tulsa – Warren Place
To register, please visit Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John Doak's website, or call 1-800-763-2828.