New Prevention Tool: Senior Fraud Protection Kit

Victims Speak Out

Tools

by Natalie Travis

(Anchorage, AK) Experts say, because the senior population in Anchorage is rapidly growing, more are at risk of falling victim to a scam.

That's why the Home Instead Senior Care Network has teamed up with the National Association of Triads, to launch the Protect Seniors From Fraud Program. The program includes a free Senior Fraud Protection Kit.

Unfortunately stories of the elderly being scammed out of their money, property and identity are very common.

Today we sat down and talked to a couple of people who claim they fell pray to cons of this nature. To make sure they remain anonymous, they will not be named and their interviews blurred out.

Watch the above video for details.


 

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