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Senior Abuse

The Top Scams Targeting Seniors And What To Do About Them

Anthony Cirillo | Posted 09.19.2016 | Fifty
Anthony Cirillo

Our senior citizens are often the most vulnerable to identity theft, which can damage reputations and wipe out life savings in an instant. A Met Life Mature Market Institute review of Senior Identity Theft estimates that elderly victims lose $2.9 billion annually to fraud.

American Seniors Need More Safe Havens from Abuse

Mike King | Posted 12.04.2011 | Fifty
Mike King

The number of seniors in abusive, and even life-threatening, situations will only get worse as our population ages. The time is now to build the infrastructure to support their needs and provide a safe place for them to call home.

Last Will and Embezzlement

Pamela Glasner | Posted 04.02.2012 | Impact
Pamela Glasner

I learned too late (shortly after my 90-year-old mother's death) that my parents were the victims of elder exploitation. The pain of living through the wreckage this perpetrator has left in his wake is sometimes all but unbearable.