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AARP Sweepstakes Scam Warning

The AARP Fraud Watch Network says scammers are using AARP’s name to falsely notify older people by email or phone that they’ve won a big sweepstakes prize. AARP is asking that people call the AARP Fraud Watch Helpline (877-908-3360) if they suspect a scam. Here's a recent article around this topic that may interest you. Thank you.

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