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Cove FCU, Kenton County Library partner for Lunch and Learn event to educate consumers about fraud

Consumers reported losing more than $5.8 billion to fraud in 2021, a 70% increase over the prior year according to the Federal Trade Commission. Along with identity theft, types of financial fraud include imposter and romance scams, investment fraud, business and job-opportunity scams, and credit and debit card fraud.

On Tuesday, August 23 from Noon-1:30 p.m., Cove Federal Credit Union and Erlanger Branch of the Kenton County Library have partnered to present a Lunch and Learn Event to educate consumers about the rising risks of fraud. Nicole Lutz of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service will discuss the most prevalent types of fraud and how to avoid them.

A box lunch will be provided and seating is limited. Registration is available online at kentonlibrary.bibliocommons.com.

“At Cove FCU, we are dedicated to supporting programs that provide financial education for our members and the community. We are proud to be able to sponsor this Lunch and Learn program with the Kenton County Library.”

For more information about Cove Federal Credit Union please visit www.covefcu.com.

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