Fraud & Scams

Older adults are favorite targets of scammers and fraudsters. Here are some steps you can take to reduce their risk.
Fraud & Scams

How Seniors Can Protect Their Credit and Identity

Monitoring your credit and personal information can help you quickly catch fraud and act to stop it.

Fraud & Scams

How to Guard Against Elder Fraud

Elder law attorney Shannon Miller shares tips on how older adults and their caregivers can protect against scams and financial abuse.

Fraud & Scams

How to Check Your Parents’ Credit Reports

Help Mom and Dad get free copies of their credit reports to check for signs of identity theft.

Fraud & Scams

Beware of Scams Targeting Your Aging Parents’ Bank Account

Warn Mom and Dad about calls, emails or text messages asking them to provide sensitive information about their bank account.

Fraud & Scams

How to Protect Aging Parents from Romance Scams

Alert them to red flags to lower the risk that they will become victims.

Fraud & Scams

Signs Your Parents Are Victims of Scams or Fraud

As your parents age, you need to be on the lookout for signs that your parents or loved ones are victims of scams or fraud. If you see these red flags, be ready to step in and help.

Fraud & Scams

How to Protect Your Aging Parents Against Scams and Fraud

Our parents and grandparents are favorite targets of scammers and fraudsters. It’s hard to identify a sophisticated scam, and it’s even harder for us to protect the ones we love from falling prey to them. But here are some steps you can take to reduce their risk.

Fraud & Scams

How to Protect Aging Parents From Stimulus Check Scams

Older adults are frequent targets of fraud. Here’s what you can do to help your parents protect their stimulus check from scammers.