If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is...

We are always hearing of stories of people scamming the most vulnerable population, our seniors. This article from the Wichita Eagle hits a little too close to home.

If you are a senior, then be aware of your surroundings, don't give out too much of your financial information, and if you feel uncomfortable, call someone immediately. If you feel you have been scammed, then don't hesitate to call the local police department, the district attorneys office or the Senior Medicare Patrol, at 1-800-860-5260.

Tagged: elderly scams

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