Aging can be challenging, especially when our memory skills are affected. Get our free guide and learn how to protect yourself from fraudsters.
We are all susceptible to fraud. Scammers often use social engineering to prey on emotions, the potential for a “nest egg”, and reduced memory skills as we age. Seniors may be even more vulnerable to fraud when experiencing life changes.
To help you understand the risks, we’ve developed this guide on preventing elder fraud so you can easily identify the different types and ways to protect you and your loved ones. Topics covered include:
Financial Exploitation. Financial exploitation can occur when businesses, individuals, or charities use pressure tactics, misleading language, or images that cause seniors to make financial mistakes. Examples of this type of exploitation include: