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BBB says respect for elders nonexistent in the world of scammers

Many are celebrating the arrival of Grandparents Day with extra attention bestowed on their loved ones. Unfortunately, scammers give seniors extra attention every day of the year – and they aren’t doing it by taking them to dinner. They’re more inclined to take them to the cleaners. Your Better Business Bureau has some tips and advice for identifying the many schemes used by crooks to steal from senior citizens.
Older Americans are especially inviting targets for scammers for many reasons. There’s money to be had because seniors are more likely to have a “nest egg,” or to at ...


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