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Interview with Cyrus Webb | Elder Financial Abuse

Interview with Cyrus Webb | Elder Financial AbuseYesterday I had the privilege of joining Cyrus Webb on Conversations LIVE, a radio show that is also broadcast on podcast platforms like iTunes and IHeartRadio. Working out of Mississippi, Cyrus enjoys nationwide reach with his program and covers a variety of topics, including media, entertainment, and the arts. A professed bibliophile, Cyrus is a passionate reader, and I'm glad he chose my book, The Wolf at the Door: Undue Influence and Elder Financial Abuse, as the main topic of discussion.

Since elder financial abuse is a clear and present threat to all of our communities in America, it was great that Cyrus and I could discuss the battle against exploitation of our seniors along with common-sense ways of identifying abuse. We discussed what steps can be taken to prevent wrongdoing, and ways to protect elderly loved ones from undue influence. A big thanks to Cyrus Webb for an excellent talk on a vital topic - he's dedicated to covering real issues that affect ordinary families, and he's got a great future ahead of him.

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