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ELDER FINANCIAL FRAUD: Protecting Seniors from Investment Scams

Seniors are frequently targeted for fraud by unscrupulous financial advisors. This presentation will illustrate various types of fraud perpetrated against seniors, with a focus on insurance and annuity–related investment scams. Tips for identifying investment fraud, avoiding becoming a victim, and successful referral to litigators who can pursue damages in civil court will be discussed.

Kimberly Swierenga, Esq., MBA
Kimberly Swierenga, Esq./MBA specializes in helping clients who have been victimized by the predatory practices of financial advisors, insurance agents, title companies, banks and others in the financial services industry. Her practice focuses on litigation relating to elder financial abuse, improper annuity and life insurance sales, trust-mill schemes, Veterans' benefits scams, unfair/fraudulent business practices, Business & Professions Code §17200 (UCL) claims, and consumer legal remedies...More
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