Protecting Your Loved Ones from Elder Fraud

In 2022, Phyllis Wiseberg, a 90-year-old widow lost $20,000 when cybercriminals withdrew the money from her account. Her story, shared by the National Council on Aging, is devastating, but unfortunately not uncommon. Financial exploitation is a reality many seniors face, especially in the age of online scams. Here are actions you can take to help financially safeguard your loved ones.

What can I do to prevent elder fraud?

What can I do if elder fraud has occurred?

This article is shared by our partners at GreenPath Financial Wellness, a trusted national non-profit.