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3 Ways to Avoid Social Media Scams | Tips for Older Adults [NCOA] [Video]

3 Ways to Avoid Social Media Scams | Tips for Older Adults [NCOA]

Scammers love social media: it’s an easy way to gain your trust and steal your money—and your identity. But there’s good news: you can beat them at their game. Empower yourself to fight back with these tips, courtesy of our partners at Zelle®.

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About NCOA

Since 1950, we’ve walked beside generations of Americans. We were the first national voice for older adults. We helped end mandatory retirement. We advocated to secure Medicare, Medicaid, and the Older Americans Act. Local organizations turned to us for support as they served older adults every day. And we built digital tools that empower older adults with knowledge.

Now, we’re stepping forward to do even more. Americans are living longer, but far too many are being left behind without the resources to age with dignity. We’re changing that.

We believe aging well is something every American deserves—regardless of gender, color, sexuality, income, or zip code. We deliver the resources, tools, best practices, and advocacy our nation needs to ensure that every person can age with health and financial security.

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Please Donate. Your generosity brings us a little closer to a just and caring society in which each of us, as we age, lives with dignity, purpose, and security.

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Meet Charlie: First in His Family College Graduate [Video]

Charlie joined his Boys & Girls Club at an early age and through academic programs and the support of his mentor, Desiree, he became the first in his family to go to college. With an evidence-informed approach to learning, Clubs ensure millions of young people have the resources to stay on track to graduate from high school on time with a plan for their future. Learn more at BGCA.org/AcademicSuccess.