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Posted on: July 23, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Town Talks with the Mayor Discusses Digital Fraud

Town Talks with the Mayor
Digital Fraud - How can you protect yourself from becoming a victim?


Another not-to-be-missed Town Talks installment with Danville Mayor, Renee Morgan will be live-streamed on August 6, 2021. Mayor Renee Morgan will be discussing the increasingly sophisticated threat of digital fraud and how to protect yourself from becoming a victim.  Town Talks is a program held on the first Friday of each month via Zoom. Mayor Morgan invites guests to discuss a variety of topics of interest to Danville residents.
Among the guests joining the Mayor on August 6, will be Sid Patel, Assistant Special Agent in Charge for FBI San Francisco, Dave Mathers, Senior Inspector for Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Office, and Clancy Priest, Town of Danville’s Chief Technology Officer. Find out about elder scams, romance scams, and phishing scams. The discussion will also include what to look out for, and most importantly how you can protect yourself and vulnerable friends and family from becoming victims of fraud. Participants can ask questions using the chat feature or email questions ahead of time to

Please join us for this informative discussion via Zoom at 9:00 a.m. on August 6, 2021.  To register for the program, go to 

Following the program, the recording will be uploaded to the Town of Danville’s YouTube channel and hosted on the town’s website  


For more information contact Diane Friedmann at 925-314-3378 or

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