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April 12, 2018
Consumer Attorneys of San Diego
How vulnerable are your aging Parents and clients to financial abuse and exploitation? What particular acts are they most vulnerable to? Who is advising them about their money – is it financial planning or fleecing? What are they being sold and how much are they losing? What does this mean for your inheritance? How can seniors be protected against abuse and what remedies are available to victims?
Fraud is often thought to refer to stranger-induced scams such as fake credit card schemes, lottery and prize promotions, and phony investment sales--typically sold through the internet, tele-marketing, or by direct mail. However, most financial abuse is committed by “trusted others” – individuals such as relatives, caregivers, fiduciaries, and other professionals or advisers who are in close relationships with a vulnerable senior and, therefore, in a position to exploit that relationship.
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