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Avoiding scams - smart ways to protect yourself

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Maximum Order: 50

Series : Older people

Published : May 2015
Page Length : 26
Format : Booklet A5
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Age UK (formerly Age Concern and Help The Aged)

This guide explains the different ways people might be contacted, some of the most common scams and what to do if someone falls victim to a scam. Older people can present an attractive target for scammers, not least because they are more likely to have easily accessible savings than younger people. Most of us can protect ourselves from scams if we have the right information and advice.


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