The FCC hosted a pair of consumer education events in West Point last Tuesday, meeting first at the city offices and then an hour later at the John A. Stahl Library. The main topic was robocalls, which Eduard Bartholme said there’s been an increase in scam calls recently.

He is the Associate Bureau Chief in the Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau for FCC and was one of three FCC employees in West Point as part of the FCC’s Rural Tour that took them to communities in South Dakota, Nebraska and Kansas.

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