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The FBI says that seniors are more likely to be scam victims because they have a nest egg, can be trusting and are reluctant to admit when they've been scammed. On The Dollar Stretcher Interview we explore what seniors and their loved ones can do to prevent senior scams. To help us understand senior scams is Kai Stinchcombe of TrueLinkFinancial.com.
Kai Stinchcombe is founder of TrueLinkFinancial.com. Kai started his company because of the financial troubles his own grandmother had.
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