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Two vulnerable groups, one simple plan.

Whether it’s sextortion or romance scams, the two most vulnerable populations are teens and seniors. But engaging both populations in discussions about fighting cybercrimes and scams can be challenging.

History has shown that busy teens have little time for or interest in fighting scams and frauds, which makes protecting them so much harder.

But what teens are not passionate about protecting the wellbeing of Nanny and Pappy?

Step 1 - Engage And Teach Teens

Most teens care deeply about their grandparents, and especially about protecting them from harm. That’s our in.

We want to teach teens how vulnerable their grandparents are to often life-changing crimes – like romance scams, advance free fraud, investment and crypto scams, fake government officials, Zelle frauds and so on.

And all the simple steps their grandparents can take to spot, stop, and report these scams.

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Step 2 - Encourage Them To Teach Their Grandparents

Seniors are more vulnerable to scams for so many reasons, but especially because they don’t know how to spot and react.

Grandkids to the rescue! Not only a great way to teach seniors how to spot and stop all kinds of scams, but another great reason to spend more time together.

Not to mention the satisfaction of a really worthy cause!

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Step 3 - Be Their Emergency Contact

Sometimes a little reassurance is necessary, and grandkids to the rescue again.

Seniors will be encouraged to always reach out to their grandkids for advice if they receive any kind of solicitation, email, text, or phone call that they’re unsure about.

If in doubt, just call the grandkids. They’ll know best.

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