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Hawaii State Federal Credit Union invites you to their event

Psychology of Fraud

About this event

According to the Federal Trade Commission, U.S. consumers reported $3.3 billion in fraud losses last year. Understanding the tactics con artists use to take advantage of consumers is the most effective way to avoid becoming a victim.


• Learn about the riskiest types of fraud happening right now

• Understand how con artists use emotions against us

• List the five red flags of investment fraud

• Identify top practices for protecting your money

Please note: Our event on Livestorm is best experienced on one of these major browsers including IE11, Safari, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, and Google Chrome.

Hosted by

  • Team member
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    Sandra Tanaka Financial Education Professional @ Hawaii State Federal Credit Union

  • Team member
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    Jennifer Sims VP, Learning and Development @ Hawaii State Federal Credit Union

  • Guest speaker
    Roseann Freitas PR and Communications Manager @ Better Business Bureau

    Promoting trust in the marketplace via media, strategic relations, business, and consumer education. She loves assisting companies and highlighting unethical business practices, she volunteers with Exec Women Intl Honolulu Chapter, The Natl Kitchen and Bath Assoc., Aloha Chapter, and BIA Hawaii.

  • Team member
    Kathy Morris Owner/Member @ Financially Armed LLC

    Kathy’s passion in financial education stems from more than 20 years of experience providing counseling, guidance, coaching in both her professional and volunteer work. As a Credit Union Certified Financial Counselor she is experienced in delivering financial training, education, and counseling.

Hawaii State Federal Credit Union

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Hawaii State Federal Credit Union is more than a bank, and not just another credit union. “Always right by you” isn't just another slogan. This phrase exemplifies our personal, heartfelt and sincere manner in which we interact with our members, fellow employees and community.