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6 Scams that Prey on the Elderly

Many scams are universal, from the IRS imposter who calls and threatens to arrest you if you don't pay your taxes, to phishing emails that trick you into sending sensitive data or downloading malware onto your computer. But some types of fraud target older adults specifically or affect them disproportionately. Older adults may fall for certain scams because they are in the habit of answering calls from unknown callers, open junk mail rather than tossing it in the trash, or

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