State Representative Tom Weber (R-Lake Villa) is hosting a free seminar for residents to learn how to protect themselves from identity theft on Monday, August 26. A number of high profile data breaches have struck various organizations, potentially exposing the personal information of millions of Americans to criminal theft. This reality has made it increasingly important for residents to know how to protect their personal information.
At the seminar, professionals from the Illinois Attorney General’s office will show residents how to safeguard their credit card, social security and other sensitive information to prevent it from falling into the hands of criminals. Handouts, legislative brochures and refreshments will also be provided.
Identity Theft Prevention Seminar
State Representative Tom Weber
Illinois Attorney General’s Office
64th District Residents
Monday, August 26
2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Grant Township Center
Downstairs Meeting Room
26725 W. Molidor Road
Ingleside, IL 60041
There are approximately 15 million victims of identity theft in the United States every year; the majority of victims are senior citizens. To RSVP, please call Rep. Weber’s office at (847) 629-5439 or email Weber@ilhousegop.org.