Rutledge Hosts Retiree Resources Event in Jonesboro
April 29, 2019
Says, ‘It is important to meet Arkansans in their communities’
LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge today hosted a regional Rutledge Retiree Resources event in Jonesboro. The agenda included programs designed to educate retirees from northeast Arkansas about how they can protect themselves from pervasive and vicious scam artists.
“It is important to meet Arkansans in their communities to ensure they have access to services we provide,” said Attorney General Rutledge. “These events provide educational tools to stop scammers and protect families.”
Attendees heard from the Attorney General’s public protection experts about protecting themselves from scams and identity theft, proper prescription drug disposal, resources regarding nursing homes and home care, and protecting finances.
The first Rutledge Retiree Resources was held in Fayetteville in March. Registration is available for additional Rutledge Retiree Resources events that are scheduled for June 25 in DeWitt and September 5 in Little Rock.