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Stay Alert for Elder Financial Abuse | Community Presentation

Elder Financial Abuse Talk Sacramento.jpgNext week on Thursday, October 25th, I'm honored to be the keynote speaker at Eskaton Lodge Gold River for a special community presentation on how seniors can protect themselves from fraud and identity theft.

More than ever before, scammers, abusers and other wrongdoers are targeting the elderly to steal their property, loot their bank accounts, and even hijack their estates. My speech will focus on the methods and tactics of elder financial abuse and how you can safeguard yourself from exploitation. The Sacramento Sheriff's Department is partnering with Eskaton to hold the event, and their detective will be present to share his expertise, as well as representatives from SAFE Credit Union and ID Shield.

In addition to the talk, I'll also be handing out copies of my book, The Wolf at the Door: Undue Influence and Elder Financial Abuse to audience members. If you'd like to reserve a seat, you can contact Eskaton's Erica Caldwell at 916-852-7900. The presentation begins at 9:00 AM, and we look forward to seeing you there.

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