Seniors learn how to not become victims of financial fraud

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(Feb. 5, 2015)- Financial fraud is the fastest growing form of elder abuse and is often left unreported.

Senior citizens are particularly vulnerable, because they are generally more trusting of people.

In this 4 Your Health segment presented by American Senior Communities, CBS4's Debby Knox learns how seniors in the area are catching on and learning how not to become victimized .


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