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"I would like to thank everyone who makes the FRPA website possible.

This website offers not only information on crimes happening locally, but across the country. We learn about the different ways crimes are committed and it determines how our company conducts business....from our convenience stores to our oil and propane business. We look at how we accept checks and credit cards, making sure our employees receive the proper training for accepting these items and they help us be more dilligent about watching for potential problems at ATM machines and gas pumps.

When we think about all the ways fraud can happen, we know we must rely on all the resources available to us. The website is easy to use, extremely informative and has proven to be a valuable resource for our company. We are looking forward to utilizing the new website and continuing to learn and be informed.
Thanks to all of you at FRPA!"

Laurie Toland
Credit Manager
Curtis Oil and Propane
4985 Miller Trunk Highway
Hermantown, MN 55811

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Latest News


The U.S. is About to Hit Facebook With a Multi-Billion Dollar Fine


Facebook’s sketchy history with users’ privacy rights is finally starting to catch up with it.

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Separating Transactions From Authentication — And Authentication From The Internet

Nine months in, and the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is gathering steam, with fines accruing. Google’s $57 million fine on data protection violations, levied in January, stands as one recent example of what can happen when companies run afoul of its mandates.

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BBB Tip of the Week: BBB sees more phony agency calls

The Spokesman-Review

Better Business Bureau is seeing an increasing number of scammers hiding behind fake phone personas to trick consumers.

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Upcoming Events

 February 2019 
March 7, 2019

FRPA March 2019 Meeting

UMACHA First Floor Training Room ~ 7100 Northland Circle, Brooklyn Park, MN

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