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Protect yourself and your family: spotting the signs of financial abuse
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World Elder Abuse Awareness Day takes place each year on June 15th and is a good opportunity to remind ourselves, friends and family about the importance of recognizing the signs of financial abuse and taking preventative measures. 

Older adults are often the target of financial abuse, but anyone can fall victim to it. Here’s how to spot the signs of abuse so it doesn’t happen to you or someone you care about.

Download a copy of the Canadian Bankers Association's package of information on protecting yourself from financial abuse. It includes information on Powers of Attorney, effective use of joint bank accounts and resources on where to go for help if you suspect financial abuse. 

This infographic highlights the warning signs and tips for prevention of financial abuse. 

Author: Canadian Bankers Association
Topic: Consumer protection
Location: Canada
Format: Brochure, Guides
Content Type: Training/Toolkits
Publication Date: June 5, 2023