10/16/2013 – Banks on the front lines when it comes to detecting elder abuse (Boston Globe)

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A lot of older people don’t bank online. They prefer to visit the bank branch, where they might even have a favorite teller.

That means employees at banks, credit unions, and other financial institutions are on the front lines when it comes to being able to spot possible financial abuse of the elderly.

Read the full article at The Boston Globe.

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