Avoiding Fraud and Exploitation: 3 Web Pages That Give You Everything You Need
Updated: Dec 5, 2022
At Curated Transitions, we’re always aiming to equip our clients with organization and decluttering tools/exercises. There’s something we’ve been meaning to talk about which is equally as important: how to protect your seniors from fraud, scams, and exploitation.
Seniors Are Often Targets
Unfortunately, many scammers and exploiters out there specifically target seniors, considering the many years of hard-earned savings in their bank accounts. They can either be complete strangers, or people you/your senior has met.
How To Be Safe
So, how do we protect our seniors? We urge you to read these three short web pages/articles:
Simple steps to protect your seniors from fraud/exploitation: https://bit.ly/3bhOh8O
Learn about various types of common scams: https://bit.ly/2xT5rfi
Still don’t know why seniors are targets? Here’s what the FBI says: https://bit.ly/3ck7JTt
We hope you find these articles informative and helpful. Fraud can be detrimental to one’s finances and retirement accounts, with an average senior victim losing $120,000 according to the AARP. Feel free to share this post with anyone who will benefit from seeing it. Stay tuned for our next weekly blog!
Karen from Curated Transitions