One of the nightmares that keeps people up at night is the prospect of losing all of their money to some unscrupulous company or individual. That is especially true of senior citizens.
A 30-minute presentation at three libraries in Cape May County on Friday, April 4, titled "Is Your Money in the Right Hands," will discuss the language, different types of securities and the warning signs that may signal fraud or abuse by brokers handling your money in the financial industry.
The presentations by the Seton Hall Law Investor Advocacy Project are sponsored by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. The law school provides free legal representation to New Jersey residents who have an annual income under $100,000 and who have a securities fraud claim for approximately $100,000 or less.
The presentations will be held at Lower Cape Branch Library, 2600 Bayshore Road in Villas at 11 am; at the Main Library in Cape May Court House, 30 W. Mechanic Street, at 1 pm, and at the Sea Isle City Library, 4800 Central Avenue at 3 pm.
For information, call (609) 463-6386 or go to www.cmclibrary.org.