Banks guilty of ‘financial abuse on grand scale’

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According to the american bankers association, seniors lose nearly $3 billion a year to financial abuse. Often, bank employees are uniquely poised to recognize and stop seniors from becoming.

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In some ways financial abuse is very similar to other forms of elder abuse in that it can be devastating to the victim and is frequently traced to family members, trusted friends, and caregivers. But unlike physical abuse and neglect, financial abuse is more likely to occur with the tacit acknowledgment and consent of the elder person11There is some controversy over whether this population.

Bank and credit union personnel can make a significant positive contribution in the fight against elder abuse. After all, bank tellers are on the front line of fraud detection and are often the first to notice any irregularities in a customer account, details that could indicate financial exploitation. Yet if a bank fails in its responsibility to protect elders, it should be held accountable if found negligent or guilty of other offenses.

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