WGCSS president Sandra Holmes (l) and Interior Savings Credit Union Clearwater manager Gina Walchuk stand in front of some of the many folks who came to learn about staying safe when fraudsters strike. Photo submitted

Protect yourself from fraudsters

Credit Union manager talks about fraud during seniors lunch in Clearwater

By Sandra Holmes

On Tuesday, Nov. 14, Gina Walchuk, manager of the Interior Savings Credit Union branch in Clearwater, gave an informative talk about various kinds of scams to about 75 seniors.

The talk was part of Wells Gray Country Seniors Society’s Learn and Lunch program at the Elks Hall in Clearwater.

READ MORE: Credit union sponsors movie night in Clearwater

This monthly program needed a new microphone and was successful in applying for a $100 grant from Interior Savings $10,000 Local Give.

The new microphone improved the listening experience of the audience. WGCSS appreciates the gift.

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