Texas Victim Services Association

 A professional organization for Victim Service Providers

Taking Action: Assisting Older Victims of Financial Fraud

  • 11 Jun 2024
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Webinar Details:

This is a friendly reminder to join us for our upcoming webinar, "Taking Action: Assisting Older Victims of Financial Fraud," presented in collaboration with the FINRA Investor Education Foundation.

Date: June 11, 2024

Time: 1:00 PM Eastern/ 12:00 PM Central

Why Attend? This essential training session is perfect for anyone in client-facing roles or involved in supporting older adults against financial fraud. During this insightful session, you will learn about:

Identifying at least three strategies and resources to help seasoned professionals support older adults.

Intervention and prevention strategies to disrupt the fraud cycle.

Understanding at least three tactics of financial fraud and how they manifest when working with older adult victims.

Our expert speakers, Kim Camacho, program manager at NCVC, and Robert Mascio, director at FINRA Investor Education Foundation, will guide you through the dynamics of financial fraud, providing practical tools and resources to aid in your efforts.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to enhance your skills and better support victims of financial fraud.


This webinar is free but capacity is limited. Only the first 1,000 registrants who sign on when the webinar starts can view it live. *All* registrants, however, will later receive a recording of the webinar, along with any relevant documents from the presentation.

We want to take this opportunity to remind you about an excellent resource we produced with FINRA, "Taking Action: An Advocate’s Guide to Assisting Victims of Financial Fraud." This comprehensive guide is designed to support victim service professionals in responding effectively to financial fraud.

Financial fraud is real and can be devastating. In every community, there are individuals who can provide tangible help to victims. This guide offers a roadmap for how to respond in the wake of a financial crime, from determining the type of fraud to reporting it to the proper authorities. According to the Federal Trade Commission, in 2023, there were more than 2.5 million reports of fraud, resulting in up to $10 billion in losses annually.

Download the guide today and equip yourself with the tools to support victims of financial fraud in your community.

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