Avoid Becoming the Victim of a Scam to Move Stolen Money

Financial fraud is among the fastest growing types of abuse, and older individuals and those with disabilities are particularly vulnerable. Those age 65+ are more than 30% more likely to lose money to financial fraud compared to younger individuals (via OVC). 

That said, scammers are very good at what they do and they do not discriminate. They will target anyone and everyone. "Money Mule" scams are one of the most common scams we have clients call us about. We are sharing this information to empower you with knowledge to avoid being scammed and to know what to do if you are victimized. If you can spot a scam you can stop a scam!

Go checkout our brochure and web page to learn how to avoid these scams!

There are many types of scams that may require different steps to protect yourself. For individualized support, please contact DRC and ask to complete an intake with one of our advocates. We may be able to help you come up with a recovery plan and provide you with the resources you need to take your next steps. 

Avoid Becoming the Victim of a Scam to Move Stolen Money