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Elder Investment Fraud and Financial Exploitation (EIFFE) Prevention Program

The EIFFE project is a partnership between the Investor Protection Trust (IPT), the North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA), and the National Adult Protective Services Association (NAPSA) in cooperation with leading U.S. medical associations including the American Academy of Family Physicians, the National Area Health Education Center Organization and the National Association of Geriatric Education Centers. - Press Release

News Articles
Elderly suffer as financial abuse grows - USA TODAY
Seniors can't make head or tails of alphabet soup - InvestmentNews
Aging Investors Present New Planning, Investment Challenges - On Wall Street

NASAA Senior Resource Center

As your first line of defense against investment fraud, NASAA members have heard too many stories of scam artists who prey on unsuspecting seniors by offering "too good to be true" investment schemes.

Although many of the firms and individuals behind these schemes are prosecuted, we cannot guarantee that you will not become a victim.

 Education and awareness are your best weapons in the fight against investment fraud.

As the oldest international investor protection organization, NASAA is pleased to provide the tools you can use to protect yourself against investment fraud.


Additional EIFFE Resources
 Survey Results - 6/15/2010
 Survey Results - 6/13/2012
 Survey Results - 8/15/2012
 Survey Results - 6/12/2013
 Clinician's Pocket Guide
 Patient Brochure
 Elder Investor Fraud: A National Epidemic Video
 MetLife Study of Elder Fianancial Abuse
 IPT Elder Investment Fraud and Financial Exploitation Survey of Experts
 AARP Foundation National Fraud Victim Study
What They're Saying
The New York Times - 11/17/2010
PR Newswire - 11/17/2010


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