Defend Your Privacy and Wealth by Asking the Right Questions

Investors of all ages and professions can be targeted by fraudsters who are after their money and personal information. Fortunately, knowing what red flags to spot and what questions to ask can help you and your loved ones sidestep scams. Hear more from Alexandra Sagaro, fraud risk management lead at Raymond James.

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Recorded October 23, 2020. Hosted by Public Content Manager Paige Lenssen, CFA.

This article is provided in partnership with Bristol Wealth Group and Raymond James. 
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