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How to Protect Yourself from Senior Scams

According to data, the FTC receives 2.8 million fraud reports per year. Scams are a problem for everyone, but they may be especially devastating to older adults. How can seniors safeguard themselves against scams? Dementia family coach Faith Marshall joins Suzanne to answer this very question. AARP’s Fraud Watch Network Helpline is at 877-908-3360. To learn more, visit Faith Marshall’s AFE page or her website


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Originally published April 17, 2023

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