George Edward, author of “How to Steal from Mom, A Wake up Call for Seniors,” discusses financial safety at the Bellingham Senior Center May 10. In most financial fraud and abuse cases he’s investigated, the victim was alone, physically disabled, confused or suffering from Alzheimer’s.
George Edward, author of “How to Steal from Mom, A Wake up Call for Seniors,” discusses financial safety at the Bellingham Senior Center May 10. In most financial fraud and abuse cases he’s investigated, the victim was alone, physically disabled, confused or suffering from Alzheimer’s. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com
George Edward, author of “How to Steal from Mom, A Wake up Call for Seniors,” discusses financial safety at the Bellingham Senior Center May 10. In most financial fraud and abuse cases he’s investigated, the victim was alone, physically disabled, confused or suffering from Alzheimer’s. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com

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