Posts by Site Manager

Tips for a Scam-Free Vacation

I hope everyone had a safe and happy Fourth of July. Did you know July is National Auto Theft Prevention Month? Although the warm weather allows for summertime activities, it also opens up windows of opportunity (literally) for car thieves. Auto-theft is on the rise (up 9.4% since 2017) in Colorado, but there are habits…

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Hail No! – Repairing Your Roof Damage

I am cautiously optimistic that spring is finally here, although I have not yet put away my winter coat!  As anyone who has lived in the Rockies for any amount of time knows spring storms can be treacherous.  Hail damage can leave roofs, cars and yards a mess.  Repairs take money and time and they bring…

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Identity Thieves Are Springing in to Action

April showers (and bomb cyclone snow) may bring May flowers, but they are also bringing a surge of consumer complaints on a new scam.  A Social Security Administration (SSA) scam is on the rise and the Federal Trade Commission warns that consumer complaints about it are escalating while the IRS tax fraud scam is declining. …

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HAPPY HOLIDAYS

I love this time of year. The lights at the City and County Building certainly put me in the holiday spirit.  This month, we are sending along our yearly “12 Days of Holiday Scams” list. While many of us take vacations, fraudsters never do. As a matter of fact, there is often an uptick of scams during this time…

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Reminder: Community Meeting Tonight–April 9

Community Meeting Denver District Attorney Beth McCann invites you to a discussion of the officer-involved shooting which occurred on 11/10/2017 near 600 16th Street, Denver, CO, resulting in the death of John T. Bazemore   Date:         Monday, April 9 Time:         6:00 – 7:30 p.m. Place:        Large Conference Room Blair-Caldwell Library 2401 Welton Street 80205

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