- July 21, 2021
- Posted by: The Savings Bank
- Categories: Community News, News
The Savings Bank hosted a webinar designed to help customers and the public recognize scams and prevent elders from falling victim. Those who were unable to participate in the Protecting Your Parents from Elder Scams webinar hosted by The Savings Bank on June 23rd will have an opportunity to view the event in its entirety on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCk1PUFuEjs and can be accessed via The Savings Bank website www.tsbawake24.com.
Conducted by Cheryl A. Cannon, Training Officer at The Savings Bank and former Statewide Director of the Massachusetts Money Management Program under the Executive Office of Elder Affairs, the Protecting Your Parents from Elder Scams webinar identified common scams and provided information and resources that are available to elders and their families if they fall victim to a scam or scams.
The webinar allowed participants to gain valuable insight into scams targeting the elderly and how to prevent them from the presenter who has extensive experience as a Financial Abuse Specialist Team Advisory Council member for the Executive Office of Elder Affairs, Senior Medicare Patrol Advisory Board member, and as a member of the Commonwealth’s Financial Literacy Task Force. Participants were able to ask questions throughout the webinar.