The isolation of the pandemic has given rise to new ways for scammers to prey on older Americans.
Scammers initiated contact with older adults online more often than the phone line for the first time, according to an October report from the Federal Trade Commission.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we get expert advice for seniors on how to avoid getting scammed online. Plus, how to set boundaries for school-age tech users.
- Julie Jargon, family and tech columnist, The Wall Street Journal
- Devorah Heitner, founder, Raising Digital Natives
- Russell Holly, contributing editor, Android Central
- The Wall Street Journal: How to Protect Seniors From Online Fraud and Phone Scams
- Raising Digital Natives
If you have a disability and experience difficulty accessing this content request an alternative format.