INFOGRAPHIC: Elder Financial Abuse Scams
1-in-5 people over the age of 65 will report being a victim of fraud or abuse this year.
Because older Americans have worked and saved longer than their younger counterparts, they naturally hold a much larger share of the nation’s wealth. Scammers are all too familiar with these statistics and are constantly developing new strategies to illegally take this money from the elderly. There is no limit to the imagination of a crook.
Here are a few of the most common scams:What are the Signs & Symptoms of Elder Financial Abuse? What is Undue Influence?
How Professional Predators Target Seniors
At Elder Protection Center, Protect the People You Love is our number one priority. You are not alone. If you or someone you love is a victim of financial elder abuse, contact us today. Elder Protection Center is standing by for you and your loved ones – Today.
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