Are you worried about sharing private information when you shop or pay your bills online?
Have you had a phone call telling you need to pay your tax debt, otherwise you'll be arrested?
Then the Bathurst Library is the right place for you to be on Thursday morning, as it hosts a free legal talk.
Avoiding Scams will make people aware of scammers and how their keen to get hands on your money and identity details.
Leader of information and lending services team at the Bathurst Library, Beth Hall, said the talk will coincide with Law Week.
"This week is Law Week and the talk will be a part of the continuing programs we'll be running during Law Week," she said.
"The talk is for everyone, but it's probably targeted more towards seniors.
"It'll give people a few heads up on tactics that scammers use."
A Legal Aid NSW lawyer will be present at the talk, speaking about how people can protect their identity online and how the law can help if you get scammed.
While this talk is free, bookings are essential and can be taken online at eventbrite.com.au or by phoning the Bathurst Library on 6333 6281.
The walk will start at 11am and run to midday.