Fraud Busters Protecting the Elderly

May 2015
ABA Banking Journal;May/Jun2015, Vol. 107 Issue 1, p65
The article reports on the Financial Exploitation program, called "Fraud Busters," launched by a collaboration of the Adult Protective Services (APS) and the Abilene, Texas Police Department. Topics discussed include comments on the issue from First Financial Bankshares chairman Scott Dueser, a study from insurance firm MetLife which revealed the how financial abuse and exploitation of elderly impacts banking industry, and the actions taken by U.S. banks to prevent financial abuse of elderly.


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