FAQ

Here are a few questions we are asked about
senior fraud and Senior Fraud Alert

How do I know if my loved one is a target for fraud?

You won’t, until it’s too late. Senior Fraud is rampant and gender, age, race or economic status doesn’t matter. The Senior Fraud Alert program removes the worry and we keep you informed of the latest and most up-to-date information in our newsletter. Better to be proactive and safe, than sorry.

My number is on the no-call list. Am I safe?

The short answer is no. Those who are perpetrating fraud don’t follow the rules and the no-call list doesn’t keep people off the doorstep, either. Having a plan to prevent yourself from being duped is the best protection.

How can I be sure Mom is following the program?

We will know if calls are being referred because we will be getting the calls. We also make it a practice to touch base with every client during the first month to be sure they understand the program, how it works and how to use it.

This is a short list of some of the most common questions about Keeping In Touch Solutions Call Programs: