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About Elder Financial Protection Network (EFPN)

Elder financial abuse is a crime. It involves the wrongful taking of money or property, whether through fraud, scams, predatory caretakers or family, or others. An estimated $2.9 billion is stolen annually from elders. You can learn to protect yourself and those you love.

60 Day Campaign to Help Raise Awareness a Success!

Great appreciation for our Crowdfunding supporters! Your contributions helped us with our recent move from San Francisco to Sacramento. Thank you all!

Financial Fraud and Scams Symposium

Financial Fraud and Scams Symposium Saturday, August 2, 2014
10:00 am - Noon
Patelco Credit Union
51 Bovet Road, San Mateo, CA 94402


A special community education event to promote greater awareness and understanding about the prevalence of elder financial abuse and availability of helpful resources. An array of exhibitors and panelists from San Mateo County District Attorney's Office, Legal Aid Society of San Mateo, and special speakers Commissioner Jan Owen, State of California Department of Business Oversight (invited) and Jenefer Duane, federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (invited).

**Refreshments and lunch provided by Patelco Credit Union.

Call (415) 956-5556 or email: admin@efprotection.org for more information.



We are now located in the offices of the

Consumer Federation of California at:

Elder Financial Protection Network
1107 9th Street, Suite 625
Sacramento, CA 95814

Tel: (415) 956-5556

email: admin@efprotection.org


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Our phone number is the same at (415) 956-5556, but email address contact has changed to admin@efprotection.org.

NEW web address is: www.elderfinancialprotection.org


Support EFPN

Dear Friends,

We need your financial support.

Our mission to prevent elder financial abuse through innovative partnerships that build public awareness, drive community outreach and provide professional training has never been more important. As a non-profit organization, Elder Financial Protection Network (EFPN) serves an important role by ensuring that the issue of elder financial abuse remains in the public eye.