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Senior Fraud | Americans older than 60 lost $3.4 billion to scams

šŸšØ ProĀ­tectĀ­ing Our Seniors from ScamĀ­mers! šŸšØ
Did you know that in 2023, AmerĀ­iĀ­cans over 60 lost a stagĀ­gerĀ­ing 3.4 bilĀ­lion dolĀ­lars to scams? šŸ˜± Itā€™s a sigĀ­nifĀ­iĀ­cant increase from 2022, and we need to take action! The FBIS Elder fraud report reveals a 14% rise in comĀ­plaints, with tech supĀ­port and investĀ­ment scams being the most comĀ­mon. šŸ˜”

On averĀ­age, elderĀ­ly vicĀ­tims lost a shockĀ­ing $33,915 each, and some even lost over $100,000! šŸ’” Thatā€™s why itā€™s cruĀ­cial for finanĀ­cial instiĀ­tuĀ­tions to enhance proĀ­tecĀ­tions and for us to be aware and vigĀ­iĀ­lant. The FBI is workĀ­ing tireĀ­lessĀ­ly to eduĀ­cate, colĀ­labĀ­oĀ­rate with law enforceĀ­ment, and ensure swift reportĀ­ing. šŸ•µļøā€ā™€ļø

To learn more about how these scams are affectĀ­ing our seniors, check out our blog post titled ā€œSenior Fraud: How AmerĀ­iĀ­cans Over 60 Lost 3.4 BilĀ­lion to Scams.ā€ VisĀ­it our webĀ­site @stampoutscams.org to find this post and othĀ­er scam preĀ­venĀ­tion resources. Letā€™s stay vigĀ­iĀ­lant and stop scamĀ­mers by eduĀ­catĀ­ing ourĀ­selves and our loved ones, espeĀ­cialĀ­ly our preĀ­cious and vulĀ­nerĀ­aĀ­ble seniors. šŸ’ŖšŸ‘µšŸ‘“

#ScamĀ­PreĀ­venĀ­tion #ProĀ­tecĀ­tOurSeĀ­niors #StopĀ­ScamĀ­mers #ElderĀ­Fraud #FinanĀ­cialĀ­ProĀ­tecĀ­tion #StayVigĀ­iĀ­lant #StamĀ­pOutScams #SeniorĀ­FrauĀ­dAwareĀ­ness #EduĀ­cateĀ­AndĀ­ProĀ­tect #FBI #LawEnĀ­forceĀ­mentĀ­ColĀ­labĀ­oĀ­raĀ­tion #shorts

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