There is a fine line between consumer fraud and financial exploitation. Fraud tends to be seen as more deceptive, while exploitation may involve an emotional attachment to someone who does not have the senior’s best interests in mind. Physical and mental limitations or even isolation can leave seniors susceptible to these crimes.
- Types of consumer fraud including sales pitches, sweepstakes, aggressive marketing/telemarketing
- Consumer advocacy laws
- Caregiver and fiduciary financial exploitation, including predatory lending
- Signs of fraud and financial exploitation
- Civil remedies
- How to report fraud & exploitation
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