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Watch Out for Get Rich Quick Schemes that Target Seniors

By |2023-01-06T16:30:08-08:00January 6th, 2023|

Living on a fixed income during the retirement years can have you searching for ways to maximize your funds. Unfortunately, scammers know that seniors look for ways to invest their money. So they target retirees, hoping to swindle you out of money on a get-rich-quick scam. You can identify these scams before it’s too late.

Romance Scams Targeted to Seniors and How to Detect Them

By |2022-10-27T09:53:53-07:00October 19th, 2022|

Unfortunately, romance scams are all too common in the senior community, playing on the vulnerability of wanting to find companionship and love. Everyone is susceptible to romance scams. You do not have to feel embarrassed if you come in contact with someone trying to swindle you out of hard-earned money. Instead, speak with someone you

Tips for Avoiding Scams When Sending Money Via Zelle

By |2022-09-14T08:22:59-07:00September 14th, 2022|

The digital movement of money is a normal part of our modern world – with nearly $500 billion being transferred via Zelle each year. Now that many businesses and individuals rely on digital transactions, it’s more important than ever to be careful of potential scams when sending or receiving money. Zelle is a reputable financial

Beware: Scammers Request Remote Computer Access to Steal Personal Information

By |2022-08-10T14:40:48-07:00August 10th, 2022|

Remote computer access is a high-tech way to fix software problems from the convenience of your own home. This connection allows you to give permission for a tech provider to access your computer so they can do the necessary repairs and maintenance. But scammers are using this method to collect personal information by posing as

Imposter Family Members: Scammers Will Pose as a Grandchild Asking for Money

By |2022-07-13T20:36:05-07:00July 13th, 2022|

Most grandparents would do anything for their children and grandchildren, and scammers take advantage of these family bonds. Imposters exploit seniors and their love for their families by using false threats and a person posing as their grandchild to trick the grandparent into sending money quickly. How the Imposter Family Member Scam Works Here is

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