A November 5 seminar at the Anderson County Chamber of Commerce will feature a seminar on small business and fraud.
The seminar byÂ Jason Mooney of Regions Bank will be titled “Protect Your Small Business from Fraud.â€ It’s scheduled from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, November 5, at the Chamber office.
“Financial loss due to fraud is something that companies are experiencing more and more,” a press release said. “This seminar is geared to help business owners spot and mitigate the risk of potential financial loss due to fraudulent activity. This course will go over the different types of fraud that occur, as well as go over steps that can help prevent these different types of fraud from occurring. Actual fraud cases and the lessons learned will be reviewed during this informative seminar.”
The press release said Mooney has been with Regions in branch banking for more than nine years. Before joining Regions, he was in the risk management and insurance business for four years. He has also assisted law enforcement and internal security in several instances to help stop fraudulent activity.
The seminar is free to Chamber members, and $10 for non-Chamber members.
A limited number of seats is available. Reserve your space by Tuesday,Â November 4. Call the Chamber at (865) 457-2559 or email [email protected] to reserve a spot.