Here are five ways, courtesy of Seniors Prefer Homecare, to protect your senior loved one from being victimized by fraudsters and scammers.
1 out of 10 Americans over the age of 60 experience some form of abuse over the course of a year, which equates to as many as 5 million seniors annually. Find out what you can do to help safeguard seniors from elder fraud.
It's estimated that elder fraud and scams are responsible for the loss of billions of dollars. These five steps can help prevent it from happening to your loved one.
Elder fraud not only robs seniors financially but also of security and dignity. If you think a relative may be committing fraud, what can you do?