Fraud and Identity Theft Prevention Seminar

Have you received suspicious phone calls or emails claiming you made a purchase on Amazon, are in trouble with CRA, or that you have a computer virus they want to help you with?

These are some of the common scams that are going on to fraudlently access your online banking or make charges to your credit card. Some are laughably bad, but some are smarter, and have fooled people into following their instructions only to be ripped off to the tune of thousands of dollars.

We know you’ve worked hard for your money and saved and invested diligently to provide for your family and your retirement. The last thing anyone expects is to be duped out of their savings.

At Lewkowitz Financial, we’re here to help you plan and invest for a brighter future by building your wealth and protecting it. To help protect you, we are inviting you to the following event:

There is no cost to attend this event, however, to help us spread this invaluable information, please think of someone you would like to bring as your guest.

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Date & Location

Fraud and Identity Theft Prevention Seminar

Thursday, May 25, 2023
7:30 p.m.

Sunningdale Golf & Country Club
465 Sunningdale Road West, London, ON

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Seminar Hosts

Robert Lewkowitz

Robert Lewkowitz is a 35-year veteran of the Financial Advisor industry, and together with an awesome support team, serves hundreds of Canadians in helping to save and invest, reduce income taxes, protect their families, and plan for a prosperous retirement.

Robert practices what he preaches, investing his own money right alongside that of his clients. Additionally, Robert is also a long- time real estate investor.

The best client is an educated client, and to that end Lewkowitz Financial provides regular client communications and educational events.

Robert is always willing to go above and beyond his active business services to assist clients in anyway that may serve them.

Barry Heffernan

Barry Heffernan has been a Police Officer for 30 years.

He has served 8 of those years in the Fraud Section both as an Investigator and as the Detective Sergeant in charge of the Fraud Section.

Barry’s career also includes time with the Tactical Team and as Commander of the Public Order team at the G20 in Toronto in 2010.

Barry is now retired from the London Police Service but still enjoys speaking on the topic of Fraud and Fraud Prevention.

Barry believes that through Fraud Prevention talks like this one we can arm ourselves with the knowledge that will reduce the risk of becoming a victim of Identity Theft.