26 Mar Financial Elder Abuse in Oregon - A Closer Look for Oregon REALTORS® Financial Elder Abuse in Oregon - A Closer Look for Oregon REALTORS® Tuesday, March 26, 2019 (9:30 AM to 10:30 AM) 1 CE Hours Webinar Details You're Registered! DescriptionLocationInstructorsCancelation Policy Some 5 million older Americans are financially exploited every year. One financial services firm estimates older adults lose as much as $36.5 billion a year. This webinar is an opportunity to learn more about the growing problem of financial exploitation in Oregon. Participants will learn: How to recognize elder financial abuse (2) Trends and the different mechanisms perpetrators use to perpetuate financial abuse of elder Oregonians (3) Resources available for reporting and preventing financial exploitation. Webinar Webinar Billie McNeely Billie McNeely-Johnston is the State Financial Exploitation Specialist at Aging and People with Disabilities. She was a police officer for over six years with the cities of Scappoose, Tigard and Hillsboro. She then moved on to work as a fraud investigator with the State of Oregon Employment Department and was recognized in the last year of service for finding over one million dollars of unemployment benefits paid out due to fraudulent claims. Billie acts as a certified Instructor at DPSST for the Elder Abuse Investigations Basic Police Class. She sits on a variety of task forces and elder abuse committees, and presents on Elder Financial Abuse to bankers, credit unions, security task forces, CPA’s, law enforcement and District Attorney’s. She currently resides in Salem with her husband and daughter and their two dogs. OAR Live CoursesOAR reserves the right to cancel a course if a minimum enrollment* is not met, in which case a full refund would be given. OAR rarely cancels a class due to bad weather. Email all cancellation requests email@example.com. *The number qualifying for minimum enrollment is determined by course provider. To receive a full refund, a cancellation request must be received via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) 48-hours prior to the start of any class. Any cancellation request received after the 48-hour time period will result in no refund. No refunds or credit given for NO-SHOWS. Emergency cancellations may be considered by the course provider and will be reviewed on a case by case basis. OAR Live Courses & Online Courses Are NON-TRANSFERABLE.OAR live and online courses are different products. Time spent in each cannot be transferred from one to the other, or interchanged. All students should be advised that they are required to complete 100% of the OAR course solely live in the classroom or 100% of the OAR course solely online; if a student chooses to cancel from one mode to another, they must start the course again from the beginning. A cancellation must be approved by OAR.