Fraud and Abuse Protection for Seniors
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Fraud and Abuse Protection for Seniors

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The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office provides critical information necessary to keep senior citizens from becoming victims of fraud and abuse. This is accomplished by a partnership between the office’s Communities Against Senior Exploitation (C.A.S.E.) Partnership, Marion County Adult Protective Services Senior Sentinels speakers bureau and organizations which provide services to senior citizens.

Be aware of the warning signs for fraud and abuse.

Download a brochure with more tips to protect yourself (PDF)​.
  • Overdrafts and unusual activity on accounts.
  • Denied for credit card or loan requests.
  • Friend or loved one becomes isolated, relying solely on a caregiver.
  • Receiving medical bills for unrecognized services or supplies that were not ordered.

Free presentations

Representatives from the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office and Adult Protective Services are available to organizations to conduct Power Against Fraud Seminars. These seminars provide information on a number of subjects including protecting yourself from identity theft, avoiding telemarketing and online scams, home security, and identifying when a loved one may be the victim of fraud or abuse by a caregiver.

To schedule a presentation, please contact (317) 327-3522 or MCPO@Indy.gov.

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Marion County Adult Protective Services

(317) 327-1403

APS@Indy.gov

About Marion County APS​ 

 

Indiana Do Not Call Registry

(888) 834-9969

 

Indiana Attorney General’s Office -Consumer Protection Division

(800) 382-5516

IndianaConsumer.com

 

Indiana Attorney General’s Office - Identity Theft Unit

(800) 382-5516

IDTheft@agt.in.gov

IndianaConsumer.com/idtheft

 

Identity Theft Resource Center

(888) 400-5530

​www.IDtheftcenter.org

 

Better Business Bureau

(800) 948-4880

www.BBB.org