Educational Section

Profiles of Convicted Predators

Ponzi and Investment Schemes

Caregivers and Family Members


Articles, Videos, and Public Service Announcements on Elder Financial Abuse

Below are articles to explain some of the different types of elder financial abuse. These articles depict just how devastating a predator financial attack can be for victims.

Protecting Veterans

Bloomberg Magazine: “Pension Poachers’ Are Targeting America’s Elderly Veterans”

Military Times: Ponzi scheme leader who preyed on vets sentenced to 10 years Preying on Patriots—Scams More Likely to Target Troops, Vets

Military Officers Association of America (MOAA): “What is ‘Pension Poaching,’ and How Can You Avoid It”

Military Officers Association of America (MOAA): From ‘Pension Poaching’ to Elder Fraud, No One Is Immune to Financial Scams

United States Veterans Affairs Vantage Point: AARP launches free online hub to help Veterans fight fraud

Wilkes-Barre, PA Times Leader: DMVA warns veterans of scammers looking to poach their military pension

Air Force Times: Scams targeting veterans’ pensions, benefits raise worry among VA officials

Fox News: “Oldest veteran in US, 112, robbed of savings, identity, family says”

Church official as a predator


Elder Financial Abuse and Suicide

Ms. Angela Stancik’s testimony on behalf of her late grandmother, US Senate Aging Committee, July 17, 2019:

Living Trust Mills: Estate Planning and “Free Dinners”

Living Trust Mills – California Attorney General

Living Trust Mills – Minnesota Attorney General

Expiring driver’s license text/email fraud

Grandparent Telephone Scheme

YouTube: Grandma tricks suspected scam artist

Minnesota Attorney General: Scams Targeting Grandparents