Answer: To help protect you from identity thieves!
If you're like me, you wind up using your credit cards a lot more this time of year. It's convenient and seems to speed up the gift-buying process. But beware. Crooks know plastic is prevalent and they want to get a piece of the action, too. That's why KKTV, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, and Mr. Biggs are teaming up to offer you a free identity theft seminar.
Join us this Wednesday, December 15th from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at Mr. Biggs. You'll meet Hazel Heckers. The CBI tells me she's the only ID theft victim advocate for a state law enforcement agency in the country. She's a wealth of information and wants to share ways to protect your identity. She'll tell you what steps you can take now... and what to do after the holidays.
Take a half hour to an hour out of your day and walk away with valuable information.
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