Strong protective passwords help guard you against hackers. In this video we will discuss how you can create strong, secure passwords for all of your accounts.
Resources: Frauds & Scams
The spread of COVID-19 fraud and scams can be as deadly as the virus itself. This PowerPoint presentation offers tips to spot and stop COVID-19 fraud. COVID-19 Medicare Coverage Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) covers COVID-19 tests when ordered by your doctor or health care provider on or after February 4, 2020. Medicare covers all
Who do you call when an older adult needs help in Dallas? The Elder Financial Safety Center put together this helpful list of service organizations and resources. Commonly Requested Numbers Martin Luther King, Jr. Center (214) 670-8418 West Dallas Multipurpose Center (214) 670-6530 Community Courts: West Dallas (214) 670-9745 South Oak Cliff (214) 671-0777 South
Vaccine scams are popping up. How can you tell if it is real or a scam? This flier from The Senior Source can help you spot the difference. ATTENTION: Watch out for COVID-19 Vaccine frauds and scams in your email inbox. When in doubt DO NOT click any links in the email. Call our Elder Financial
These days, there are just so many reasons why people want to do to something to help, to make a difference, to take action. In addition to volunteering or putting their feet to the pavement, lots of people are putting their hands in their wallets to try to make an impact. Once again, though, scammers
Scams related to the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, are rapidly increasing as the public health emergency develops. Scammers are targeting older adults and those with serious long-term health conditions who appear to have a higher risk for serious illness from COVID-19.
Meet Raymond and Delfina, a couple who was scammed out of their life savings. Luckily for them, The Senior Source’s Elder Financial Safety Center was able to help them through this ordeal.
Scammers may try to use you to move stolen money. If you help them, you could be what law enforcement calls a money mule. Money mule scams happen several ways. The story often involves scams related to online dating, work-at-home jobs, or prizes. Scammers send money to you, sometimes by check, then ask you to
Scammers make up all kinds of stories to get your money, from telling you that you’ve won a prize, you owe a debt, or your family member is in an emergency. But some things stay the same: scammers want your money, they want it fast, and don’t want you to be able to get it