Protect Parents From Scams - AARP

AARP BULLETIN | on Sun, Mar 19, 6:00 AM

"When protectors take over finances or lecture parents about their mistakes, it plays right into the scammers' hands by threatening the target's independence," says Anthony Pratkanis, a social psychologist at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and coauthor of Weapons of Fraud with AARP's Douglas Shadel. "For scam victims to admit they were wrong means they're stupid and unable to take care of themselves," Shadel said. So how can you help without hurting their feelings? Here are four ap...

Read the full article

Semantic processing powered by OpenCalais

Use of the DailyMe service and DailyMe web site constitutes acceptance of the Company's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

© 2017 DailyMe, Inc. All rights reserved.