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April 12, 2014
Parkersburg News and Sentinel

UP: To four West Virginia elected officials-Attorney General Patrick Morrisey, Secretary of State Natalie Tennant, Auditor Glen Gainer, and Treasurer John Perdue - for taking part in a discussion about how residents can avoid becoming victims of a scam. The event, sponsored by the local AARP chapter, was needed because, as Morissey said, his office "literally see(s) a new scam in the state of West Virginia every day." People who think they have been either a target or a victim of a scam, should contact the attorney general's office at wvago.gov, or call the state Consumer Protection Anti-Trust Division at 800-368-8808.

 
 

 

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