6 Steps To Evaluate A Financial Product For Your Aging Parent​

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It’s one thing to select a financial product for yourself – it’s another, more stressful, situation to choose a financial product for your aging loved one.

While the process of assessing the legitimacy of a business and the value of a product or service can be daunting, not doing so can put your relative at risk of fraud, scams, and financial exploitation.

Fortunately, there are strategies for verifying a company and its offerings before you pull the trigger. Make sure you click here to follow these steps from our friends at True Link before you or your aging parent signs up for a new financial product.

 

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By DailyCaring Editorial Staff
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True Link is a financial services company committed to protecting vulnerable individuals, including seniors and adults with special needs, from becoming victims of fraud, scams, and exploitation. The company provides tools that can be self-directed or managed by family members, caregivers, or guardians. With True Link, you can detect suspicious account activity and block unwanted transactions, all while preserving an individual’s independence and protecting their assets.

 

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