Separating Seniors From Scams

Mar 14, 2017

Maybe your phone rings in the evening, and you don't recognize the number in caller ID. 

Credit National Institutes of Health, ID 2534

So you pick up, only to hear some robo-call voice warning you that there could be a problem with your health or your safety or your money. 

If you're over the age of 50, that could be why you get such calls. 

A profusion of scams targets seniors, and Indra Nicholas from Home Instead Senior Care in the Rogue Valley has heard of most of them. 

She joins us for a perusal of scams and ways to avoid them.