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Scams against elderly people are on the rise. Fraudsters have been targeting older people through pensions scams, insurance frauds and investment firm deceptions.

These crimes can have devastating effects on elderly people – as well as the loss financially, they can undermine confidence and health.

Have your parents or relatives been affected by scams? Perhaps it was through an online fraud or one of the many pension scams which are in operation at the moment?

Tell us what happened, what the effect was on your loved ones and whether they got their money back.

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