Protecting Our Seniors: Click Here to Report Scams / Robocalls & Learn How To Fight Fraud.

Protecting Our Seniors

Report Scams & Learn How To Fight Fraud.

At Senior Care Authority, your safety is our top priority. We’re deeply concerned about SMS and phone scams targeting seniors, and we’re taking a stand. Unfortunately, many known brand names, including ours have been misused in some scams, and while we can’t halt all fraudulent activities, we’re dedicating significant resources to drastically reduce them. Our commitment goes beyond words – we offer tools and guidance to help you recognize and report scams, ensuring your peace of mind. Together, we can create a safer environment for all seniors.


Federal Trade Commission (FTC) - Consumer Information on Scams:

Offers a wide range of information about different types of scams and how to avoid them.

Website: ftc.gov – Consumer Information

National Council on Aging (NCOA) - Fraud and Scams:

Provides resources specifically for older adults, including tips on recognizing scams and protecting personal information.

Website: ncoa.org – Fraud and Scams

AARP - Fraud Watch Network:

Offers resources to help seniors protect themselves from scams, including a scam-tracking map and educational articles.

Website: AARP – Fraud Watch Network

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) - Scam Tracker:

Allows users to report and track scams, providing a searchable database of scams by area and type.

Website: BBB Scam Tracker

Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3):

Run by the FBI, it’s a place to report internet crimes, including scams targeting seniors.

Website: ic3.gov

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