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Signs of Financial Elder Abuse and What to Do About It (Infographic)

  • June 12, 2018
  • By Erin Palmer, Content Marketing Specialist

    Erin Palmer

    Content Marketing Specialist

    Erin Palmer is a content marketing specialist for Suncoast Credit Union. She has written articles for numerous publications and websites, including the Chicago Tribune and Huffington Post. Erin is happiest when curled up with a book, trying a new restaurant or playing with her dogs.

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  • Category: SAFETY & PROTECTION
  • Online Safety, Scams, Elder Abuse, Senior Safety, Infographic

Financial abuse is a terrible and unfortunately, all too common problem facing seniors. Scammers often focus on seniors for fraudulent attacks. Even worse, financial elder abuse often comes from someone that the senior knows and trusts.

The only way to stop this cruel cycle is to learn the signs of financial elder abuse and what to do if you suspect it. Seniors and caregivers can use this infographic to help protect against all forms of financial fraud.

Infographic: Signs of financial elder abuse and what to do about it


Sources: ncoa.org and ncea.acl.gov.

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