Infographic: Red Flags for Spotting Fraud

Con artists are really good at what they do. Their acts are well rehearsed and designed to get us to quickly part with our money or personal information. These crooks often target older adults, but just about anyone can fall for a scam. A poll in the June 2019 issue of Caring Right at Home found that more than half of our readers regularly receive scam phone calls, emails or mail.

Check out this month's Caring Right at Home infographic for a quick overview of scams you're likely to encounter. Consider it a "cheat sheet to the cheaters"! Before the next con artist targets you or a loved one at the front door, on the phone or even on Facebook, review this infographic so you won't be caught off guard.

Fraud fighter checklist

People with memory loss are especially vulnerable to fraud. Find some tips for keeping them safe in "Seniors With Dementia Are a Top Target for Con Artists" in the June 2019 issue of Caring Right at Home. And check out AARP's Fraud Watch Network to find out about the latest schemes. Con artists are always trying to stay one step ahead of us, but awareness can keep us one step ahead of them!


Right at Home, Inc. is a national organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for those we serve. We fulfill that mission through a dedicated network of locally owned providers of in home care services.