10 Frauds Seniors Are Often Confronted With

Don’t let go of your wallet

 Usually, seniors have their properties on their names and keep significant credit and great savings, as FBI informs. They can let a case of fraud pass like nothing happened and dealing with Internet and new devices are not their strongest ability. Therefore, they are easy targets for scammers. The Better Business Bureau says seniors are the most likely to lose money and the median amount lost is around $390. Every year may bring new ways of fooling the elder into losing money, but it’s certain that the danger of bad people threatening their savings is real.

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