National Crime Victim Law Institute
Assisting Elderly Victims of Mortgage Fraud
Date: 12:00pm - 1:15pm PDT October 19, 2011 Location: Webinar
NCVLI’s Responding to Online Fraud Project and the National Alliance of Victims’ Rights Attorneys (NAVRA) are facilitating a webinar entitled Assisting Elderly Victims of Mortgage Fraud. This training is open exclusively to NAVRA members registered with the new website. If you are not yet a registered NAVRA member, you can join for free by clicking here.
Assisting Elderly Victims of Mortgage Fraud will be presented on Wednesday, October 19th by Theresa Ronnebaum, Identity Theft Program Specialist with the Florida Attorney General’s Office, and Terry Campos, JD, Responding to Online Fraud Attorney at NCVLI.
This webinar training will provide an overview of mortgage fraud perpetrated against older individuals, and best practices for attorneys and advocates in protecting this victim population’s rights in criminal prosecutions. Participants will gain an understanding of the types of mortgage fraud and scams perpetrated against older victims, learn to recognize the physical and emotional harm it causes victims, and learn to apply best practices in serving older victims of mortgage fraud.
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