Preventing Elder Fraud

Aging can be challenging, especially when our memory skills are affected. Download our free guide and learn how to protect yourself from fraudsters.

Preventing Elder Fraud

Elder Fraud Can Happen to Anyone

We are all susceptible to fraud but our guide on preventing elder fraud can help.  Scammers often prey on emotions, the potential for a “nest egg”, and reduced memory skills that occur as we age.  Seniors may be even more vulnerable to fraud when experiencing the life-changes that often go hand-in-hand with aging.

To help you understand the risks, we’ve developed this guide on preventing elder fraud so you can easily identify the different types of fraud, and ways to protect you and your loved ones from it.  Topics covered include:

      • Financial exploitation
      • Stranger fraud
  • Familiarity fraud
  • Strategies


Get Our Free Guide for Preventing Elder Fraud

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