Senior Citizen Safety

"Participate in and support coordinated efforts to educate older account holders, caregivers and the public. Financial institutions should work with an array of agencies and service organizations to offer educational programs and distribute materials."
~ The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Community Outreach: We make it easy for financial organizations to provide information to their communities about financial exploitation of older adults. Community involvement can promote a reputation for your organization of caring and safety.

While it is critical to train employees on how to take preventive measures against elder financial exploitation, here are other ways our service helps financial organizations.

  • We develop educational materials that you can distribute to alert customers and members to scams.
  • We provide a senior handbook, print-outs, videos and online quizzes to support your seminars or other presentations you conduct on elder fraud.
  • Our services are updated daily to help you stay current with trends in financial abuse and techniques for stopping it.
  • We offer easy to follow prevention tips for families with older banking customers.
  • Our Handout Creator allows you to easily print easy-to-follow leave behind materials when visiting places convenient to older adults, including senior centers and housing providers.
  • Our services are easily accessible to offer repetitive training for employees, professionals, older adults, family members, aging service providers, and the community at large

Education Portal:

An education portal Portal quickly that would complete your security section with up-to-date educational content for your web site. The eFraud Prevention™ portal includes 60 unique topics with more than 500 tips that you can use for: web site articles, fraud alerts, BLOG articles, employee intranet, customer / member education seminars, printed materials, handouts, brochures & social media posts.
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Facebook Tab:

A securuty tab shoud be embedded as a tab on your Facebook page - alerting and educating consumers about the most current fraud risks. The eFraud Prevention™ Facebook app is added as a feature to your Facebook page - alerting and educating consumers about the most current fraud risks. This App will add value as an important resource to prevent all types of fraud by helping everyone better understand what they know and what they need to know. Learn more

Handout Creator & Article Finder:

Arm your frontline employees with a support tool for accessing up-to-date information to help older customers on common scams and fraud. Quickly search and print up-to-date tips for your customers and members to take home and to share with friends and family. No matter what the situation, you can quickly provide good information.
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Video Library:

Provide videos that can be viewed online, downloaded or used as part of community outreach education seminars.

Risk Calculators:

Offer a series of interactive quizzes that cover a variety of the most relevant fraud risk categories. Our Risk Calculators provide a score to show areas where the user is at the most risk for fraud. Risk calculations are part of the Education Portal and can also be used for internal employee training or training courses for the general public.
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Staff & Employee Learning:

All services should be used to train and education staff members and employees. The eFraud Prevention™ service can be easily added to your employee intranet. Manage all your eFraud Prevention™ services through your eFraud Prevention™ dashboard at: http://fraud.education

  • All scams that target seniors
  • Red Flags for elder fraud
  • Advance Fee Scams
  • Avoid malware & viruses
  • Avoid telephone scams
  • Bitcoin safety
  • Car security measures
  • Credit card safety
  • Debit card safety
  • Data breaches & theft
  • Data theft resources
  • Email safety
  • ACH & Wire fraud prevention
  • ATM & POS & Skimming
  • Preventing financial exploitation
  • Grandparent scam
  • Health care fraud
  • IoT - Internet of Things
  • IRS - Tax scams
  • Paper mail safety
  • Online dating safety tips
  • Password advice
  • 2-Factor-Authentication
  • Computer & web browser
  • WIFI networks
  • Social media safety
  • Identity theft & identity privacy
  • Ransomware
  • Online banking
  • Online shopping
  • Mobile apps
  • Mobile banking precautions
  • Mobile phone security
  • Travel safety
  • Tech support scams
  • Text phishing "SMiShing"
  • Safeguard mobile wallet
  • Victim assistance resources
  • Free security check ups
  • Report abuse & get help

Reduce the number of victims within your community and in doing so create goodwill towards your organization.

efraud Prevention, LLC has recently launched an awareness initiative with the goal of preventing fraud throughout all communities within the United States. We would like to work with your organization in connecting our fraud education services to the municipalities, schools, non-profits, chambers of commerce, charities, senior services and media organizations within your community. Your organization would be the community link and administer the free offering of our consumer education services.

As fraud has become a part of life, consumer education is the one proven method that keeps everyone safer. By increasing awareness we believe we can do more to prevent the spread of fraud in our daily lives.

We make it easy for financial organizations to provide information to their communities about financial exploitation of older adults. Community involvement can promote a reputation for your organization of caring and safety.

  • Reduce fraud within your community
  • Creates goodwill for your brand
  • Demonstrates your expertise
  • Tools for marketing and community outreach programs
  • Proves your commitment to fraud prevention
  • Helps to reduce the number of identity theft victims
  • Decreases monetary fraud losses for older customers & members
  • Better overall educated community
  • More resources for seniors
  • More resources for families and children
  • Fraud advice is always up-to-date