Anyone can financially exploit a senior, but it can generally be broken down into 3 categories: family members, nursing home staff and caretakers, and strangers.
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Elder financial exploitation is the illegal or improper use of income or assets of an older adult. It is a devastating and ever-growing problem.
As part of our efforts to keep the residents of New Hampshire, connected and aware, we often scour the internet for helpful information. We stumbled across this jewel from Gloucester Times and
Original Post | US Dept of Justice Programs Attorney General William P. Barr announced earlier this spring the opening of the National Elder Fraud Hotline, 1-833-FRAUD-11, a recent tool in the Department of Justice’s ongoing strategy to
Original Article | By Erin Nolan email@example.com CONCORD, N.H. — A woman working as an in-home caregiver in Pelham was arrested for altering personal checks belonging to elderly housing apartment residents, according
Original Post | May 15, 2019 Lynne Snierson Prevent financial elder abuse so you no longer have to hear, “have you heard about the latest grandma scam?” The honest answer is, “Which one?”
In honor of National Senior Fraud Awareness Day, we just launched our COVID-19 Scams FAQ resource sheet. Unfortunately, a pandemic can’t even stop scammers and a new trend of COVID-19 related scams