The Minnesota Department of Commerce, Minnesota Department of Human Rights, and Minnesota Housing Finance Agency ask that you and your neighbors join us for:
A Town Hall Forum on Predatory Lending
April 18th 6:00 - 8:00pm
Dayton’s Bluff Recreation Center
800 Conway Street, St. Paul, MN
Scam artists and predatory lenders take advantage of consumers from all walks of life, causing foreclosures and financial hardship in our communities. Knowledge is often the foundation of financially secure communities and a consumer’s best defense against the pitfalls of predatory lending.
Join us for a neighborhood Town Hall Forum on Predadory Lending on Wednesday, April 18 at Dayton’s Bluff Recreation Center from 6:00-8:00pm. Commerce Commissioner Mike Rothman, Housing Finance Commissioner Mary Tingerthal, Human Rights Commissioner Kevin Lindsey, and St. Paul community leaders will listen to consumer testimony and answer questions from the public.
By attending this FREE public forum, Minnesota consumers will have the opportunity to learn more about:
Simple steps to avoid becoming a victim
This forum is FREE and open to the public. Contact Director of Consumer Outreach and Community Relations Ben Hill with questions at 651-296-5282 or email@example.com.