Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser in a Feb. 19, 2019 photo.

Television talker Aaron Harber usually takes on politics and public policy, but he's inviting viewers to a Thursday breakfast to take on scammers.

The discussion begins at 8:15 a.m. and doors open at 7:30 a.m. at the Westin Denver Downtown at 1672 Lawrence St.

Harber's guests will include U.S. Attorney Jason Dunn and Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser, plus some of Colorado’s top district attorneys.

U.S. Attorney for Colorado Jason Dunn.

U.S. Attorney for Colorado Jason Dunn.

The public will be able to ask questions.

The breakfast is free, but attendees need to register by email at RSVP@HarberTV.com and include the names and email addresses of their guests.

For a list of DAs and more information visit HarberTV.com/StopScams.

Following the event, Harber plans to take his TV show on the road for a statewide "town hall" tour focused on scams targeting youth and the elderly.

During the statewide town hall, Harber will announce his broadcast plans for the series, he tells Colorado Politics.

"We’re excited about the coalition of Colorado leaders who are providing the expertise for the series and offering direct assistance to Coloradans in need -- representing the first time in Colorado’s history such a group has been organized in support of a television series," Harber said.

 “As attorney general, I am committed to protecting Colorado’s consumers and getting the word out so consumers can better protect themselves from scams and deceptive practices, Weiser said in a statement. "Thanks, Aaron Harber, for stepping up to help do just that.”

Dunn added: “Coloradans are far too often victims of financial crimes. This program will help them learn about common scams and how to protect themselves moving forward.

"In addition, viewers will learn that the U.S. Attorney’s Office has a number of tools available to identify and prosecute these fraudsters. Together we can educate viewers to be cautious of easy money schemes and let them know we are here to help them.”




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