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    Elder Abuse: Identifying Investment Fraud & Preventing Financial Exploitation

    $219.00
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    In this Webinar, you will learn about the signs of elder fraud and how to spot the red flags associated with these crimes. You will also learn about the responsibilities your FI has to intervene and report these crimes.

    Overview

    Financial fraud is the fastest growing form of elder abuse, and such crimes are often unreported.  Elder fraud is particularly difficult crime to detect becausethe victims are often well acquainted with the suspects.  The motive behind financial fraud is unsurprisingly money.  Because of this fact, financial institutions are an inherent part of  this crime, and can play a key role in identifying the fraudulent scheme and exposing the perpetrator. 

    Covered Topics

    This Webinar is a cost-effective way to educate your staff on the signs/red flags of elderly fraud, and the steps you should take if you suspect a customer is a victim of this crime.  This session will cover the following topics: 

    • Types of Elderly Fraud and Exploitation
    • Current Scams
    • Case Studies
    • Statistics on the Elderly and Crime
    • Signs / Red Flags
    • How Financial Institutions See the Signs First
    • Prevention Tips
    • Steps to take if someone is a possible of victim of this crime

    Who Should Attend?

    This informative session is designed for all employees who work with the customers (specifically tellers, loan officers, managers).    

    You may train as many individuals as you like for one set price.  There will be no travel costs, time lost from work and no one will be required to leave the institution.

    Products specifications
    CE Credits 2.5
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    Overview

    Financial fraud is the fastest growing form of elder abuse, and such crimes are often unreported.  Elder fraud is particularly difficult crime to detect becausethe victims are often well acquainted with the suspects.  The motive behind financial fraud is unsurprisingly money.  Because of this fact, financial institutions are an inherent part of  this crime, and can play a key role in identifying the fraudulent scheme and exposing the perpetrator. 

    Covered Topics

    This Webinar is a cost-effective way to educate your staff on the signs/red flags of elderly fraud, and the steps you should take if you suspect a customer is a victim of this crime.  This session will cover the following topics: 

    • Types of Elderly Fraud and Exploitation
    • Current Scams
    • Case Studies
    • Statistics on the Elderly and Crime
    • Signs / Red Flags
    • How Financial Institutions See the Signs First
    • Prevention Tips
    • Steps to take if someone is a possible of victim of this crime

    Who Should Attend?

    This informative session is designed for all employees who work with the customers (specifically tellers, loan officers, managers).    

    You may train as many individuals as you like for one set price.  There will be no travel costs, time lost from work and no one will be required to leave the institution.

    Products specifications
    CE Credits 2.5
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    Susan Wind, MS

    Susan Wind is a college professor who has taught, designed and implemented Criminal Justice Courses throughout the US for the past fourteen years. She has worked in different entities of the criminal justice system. For the past ten years, she has been doing consulting work with a National Banking Company, who provides training to financial institutions all over the U.S. relating to cybercrimes (i.e., money laundering, identity theft, atm/debit card thefts, fraud, etc.). For the past four years, she has been conducting research and offering programs to local businesses on cyber-bullying and social media awareness. Susan has published numerous articles on this topic and developed curriculum for schools to implement in their training programs.