Fraud

The below items have "Fraud" as a subject.

Titlesort descending Format Publication Year Call Number Abstract
Elder Abuse: A Women's Issue Book 2009 ET1.E31
Financial exploitation of the elderly Videocassette 1992 ET5.C3

Addresses three different types of financial exploitation of the elderly: abuse by salespersons, service providers,

Financial exploitation of the elderly DVD 1992 ET5.C3

Addresses three different types of financial exploitation of the elderly: abuse by salespersons, service providers, a

Identity Theft: Stealing Your Good Name Videocassette 2004 EC5.A10

Most victims of identify fraud are older adults.

Identity Theft: Stealing Your Good Name DVD 2004 EC5.A10

Most victims of identify fraud are older adults.

Stop Fraud Program Kit Curricula/Educational unit n.d. EC4.A10

This program kit includes an handbook, videocassette and tape on fraud against the elderly.

Stop Fraud Program Kit DVD n. d EC4.A10

This program kit includes an handbook, videocassette and tape on fraud against the elderly.

The Charity Con Video Videocassette 1998 EC5.A30

This video warns elderly persons and their caregivers of charity cons, what to look for, and how to prevent them from

The Charity Con Video DVD 1998 EC5.A30

This video warns elderly persons and their caregivers of charity cons, what to look for, and how to prevent them from

Who Pays? You Pay. Videocassette 2000 EC5.W20

This video teaches Medicare beneficiaries, their families, and caregivers how to identify Medicare Fraud; how to appr

Who Pays? You Pay. DVD 2000 EC5.W20

This video teaches Medicare beneficiaries, their families, and caregivers how to identify Medicare Fraud; how to appr

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