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Generational Fraud

Generational fraud targeted at older adults is increasing at an alarming rate. Unfortunately, seniors lose billions of dollars to financial exploitation, fraud and scams each year. It’s important to know how to recognize these types of scams and learn how to prevent them.


Types of Generational Fraud Scams

Keep these common generational fraud scams in mind before sharing any financial information:


Tips for Preventing Generational Fraud

Follow these tips to prevent generational fraud scams:

  • Sign up for the National Do Not Call Registry
  • Carefully research all unsolicited offers
  • Reach out to loved ones if you need assistance 
  • Avoid sharing personal information over the phone
  • Don’t be intimidated by someone calling and demanding money

Contact your local authorities and bank if you feel you have been a victim of financial fraud. 


Upcoming Generational Fraud Seminar 

Join Minster Bank and the Tipp City Foundation for a FREE seminar on protecting yourself and your loved ones from financial exploitation, fraud and scams.


Thursday, June 15, 2023

11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Tipp Center

Enjoy a complimentary lunch from Coldwater Cafe.


Please Note: Seating is limited — kindly RSVP by June 8.

Call 866-646-7837 for questions. 

RSVP Today

Additional Financial Fraud Resources

Generational financial fraud is on the rise. Learn how to safeguard your finances to avoid getting scammed. Read the following blog articles for tips and warning signs:

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