NARSOL in Action along with Registry Matters podcasts will be holding a nationwide conference call on Thursday, July 19, beginning at 6:00 pm eastern time to discuss the various monetary scams targeting registered citizens which have been making their way around the United States. We plan to remain live for three hours with the final hour to be an abbreviated session of Can They Do that? Some have fallen victim to the scams and have paid as much as $2000.00 to scammers claiming to be law enforcement calling about non-existent warrants.
We will have Lori Hamilton from Oklahoma on along with other NARSOL affiliate leaders and state advocates. In addition, we are inviting the other two advocacy organizations to send a representative to join us with the hope of collaborating with them on this vital issue. We will take phone calls from those who have either been victims of the scammers or know the details of such attempts. The goals are: (1) to provide potential victims with advice on recognizing scam attempts and helping to identify the culprits; (2) to assist law enforcement in apprehension; and (3) increasing public awareness which we hope will elevate the importance of apprehending the perpetrators.
Sign Up Instructions
Although it is not mandatory, we ask that you sign up so that we have an idea how many will be attending the call. The phone number is 641.715.3660, followed by 957605#. You may call in directly with a telephone or, if you have a speaker and microphone or a headset with a mic, you may access the call through your computer and follow the on-screen directions for inputting the number and the code.
Live Stream Option
We also are going to Live Stream the call on You Tube. There won't be any video, just an audio stream, so you can try this if you'd rather not call in. You can access it through your computer or use your Roku or ChromeCast and have the call played over your TV.
Keep in mind, responses provided on the program are merely intended to offer guidance and should not be construed as legal advice. We cannot cover the specifics of any individual's situation sufficiently to know what the most prudent course of action is, so NARSOL advises all participants to consult with an attorney in their jurisdiction to determine whether there may be a viable cause of action.