Hawaii Credit Union League partners with HBA, BBB, and other organizations to fight fraud
The Hawaii Bankers Association announced the creation of Hawaii’s Partnership Against Fraud, (HPAF) a coalition it is leading with the Better Business Bureau of Hawaii to generate awareness about the threats of financial scams. Your League is one of many community partners promoting this initiative aimed at protecting local citizens, especially senior citizens, from financial scams.
The HPAF web site lists consumer tips on how to avoid getting scammed by sweepstakes and lotteries, investments, contracts and agreements. Please share this valuable web site with your members.
Your League has made camera-ready marketing materials available for your credit union to promote fraud prevention. Click on the links to open the PDFs, then save it to your computer.
Coalition partners include: AARP Hawaii; City and County of Honolulu, Elderly Affairs Division; City and County of Honolulu, Department of the Prosecuting Attorney; Hawaii Association of Broadcasters; Hawaii Bankers Association; Hawaii Credit Union League; Olelo Community Media; Olomana Loomis ISC; Radio KZOO; Hawaii State Department of Commerce & Consumer Affairs, Division of Financial Institutions; Hawaii State Department of Commerce & Consumer Affairs, Office of the Securities Commissioner; Hawaii State Department of Health, Executive Office on Aging; Hawaii State Department of the Attorney General, Crime Prevention & Justice Assistance Division; Hawaii State Department of Human Services, Adult Protective & Community Services Branch; Social Security Administration, Office of the Inspector General; and University of Hawaii, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, Cooperative Extension Service.