April 27, 2014

Scams, Fraud & Private Investigation
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Over 3 million consumers a year fall prey to scams, along with 10 million identity theft victims. These numbers are not going down, as elder law attorney, Kerry Peck sees firsthand. Kerry says that many senior citizens become victims of scams because they are the most vulnerable. Criminals are aware of this, and know that elder seniors are less likely to report a scam. They do not report scams for fear of looking foolish or being moved into a nursing home by family. Private Investigator, Bruce Graham, says that it is best to always follow your gut. If you have a doubt about something that may sound too good to be true, you are probably right. Contact your local authorities, hire a P.I. or reach out to those close to you, because it is best, when in doubt, to do without!


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