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In this podcast we shall make people aware of how some people steal from senior citizens. Many of them do it in slow motion. Some of the ways they steal from people is even high profile. Example: The Reverse Mortgage is a form of "weaponized banking". Seniors and many times their children think that getting money with no obligation to pay it back is a good deal, however they never factor in that they are getting a "loan" and one day someone will have to pay that loan back or the family home is gone forever.
Another way people steal from the elderly is "House Jacking". Many times younger people (gang stalkers) "target individuals" who to them are senior citizens. They see has helpless or easy prey. These predators primarily seek to rob their elderly victims (in slow motion) of rent revenue, equity in their homes, or have the abused senior sign the entire house over to them.
We shall make U aware of how to protect yourself and your loved ones who are the elderly.
Janet Carruthers, CPA, CFE, of Sterling Money Management, brings over 20 years of experience working in the financial services industry and government as an accountant, forensic accountant, budget counselor, financial analyst, tax senior, tax resolution director and financial trainer. Janet joins us today to discuss financial crimes against the elderly and her efforts to raise awareness and put a stop to elderly financial fraud.
Janet has worked on hundreds of cases with local, state and federal law enforcement combating financial fraud and illicit financing. She is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) who recently left a career working with federal law enforcement in order to help others manage their daily finances as a daily money manager.
She has an extensive background working with busy professionals, senior citizens, individuals with special needs, and those who are going through financial transitions based on their life circumstances.
Visit Sterling Money Management at www.sterlingmoneymanagement.com to learn more!
You can also visit Janet at her blog site, www.seniorfraudwarrior.org, to read about the latest frauds against seniors.
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Join us tonight as we discuss various laws that are surfacing in several states that address the targeting and exploitation of elderly individuals who have sizeable assets. This exploitation is NOT done by family members or friends. It is perpetrated by professionals who operate under the protection of the BAR Association and facilitated by probate court judges. In less than 5% of the cases of exloitation is the involvement of family members. 95% of the time on average, it is by professional strangers to the victim and family.
As billions are stolen annually by predatory guardians and immoral attorney's, our legislative representatives feign ignorance of the theft and exploitation. In a few cases, there appears to be some movement towards ending the exploitation.....at least by family members. The professional predators appear to be untouchable.
We will take call-ins after the first 1/2 hour. Calls must be limited to the discussion at hand.
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