How to Protect Seniors
from Identity Theft
Seniors lose an estimated $2.9 billion each year to financial scams.
Senior identity theft is rampant. They are targeted through standard theft, cybercrimes, telephone fraud and more.
It’s heartbreaking that the elderly are seen as an easy target for scammers—but you can get peace of mind about your loved ones through identity theft prevention education.
Download your free senior identity theft guide to:
- Get the details on identity theft, including what it is and how to spot the types affecting retirement-age adults.
- See what the numbers say on how hard hitting senior identity theft is on finances, credit scores, benefits, assets and more. (Spoiler: The effects of identity theft on a lifetime of hard-earned assets can be devastating.)
- Learn why baby boomers are particularly targeted by scammers, and discover the best practices to use against the specific strategies identity thieves use to target the elderly.
We all love our parents and grandparents, and want them to enjoy their golden years—with their assets and identity safeguarded.