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