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Elder Abuse Rises as US Population Ages

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Aging Population Faces Increasing Number of Abuses As a vast sector of the US population reaches old age and the systems in place to supervise its care remain inadequate, instances of elder abuse will continue to rise. This includes not only the physical and emotional abuse of the elderly in nursing homes and care… Read More »

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Elder Abuse Awareness Day

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Experts Say Elder Abuse May Spike But if you’ve been watching the news lately, you’ve probably seen at least one story that deals with elder abuse. In other words, you may already be aware of how elder abuse has become a national epidemic. Local news outlets recently picked up a story about a Delaware… Read More »

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SEC Philadelphia Office Opens Program to Help Senior Investors Avoid Scams

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Want to protect yourself from elder financial abuse? As regulators and legislators around the country respond to the growing problem of elder financial abuse in the US, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Philadelphia office is hosting an event to help seniors to avoid becoming the next victims of abuse. The SEC Philly office,… Read More »

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Older Philly Investors: The SEC Wants to Hear from You

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On June 12 at West Chester University, the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) Philadelphia regional office will host an educational event directed specifically at Philadelphia-area investors of a certain age. The event, titled Attention Seniors: Be a Savvy Investor and Avoid Fraud, will be as much an education for the SEC as for attendees…. Read More »

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Green, Schafle & Gibbs Represents Victims of Ponzi Scheme Broker Malcolm Segal

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On July 1, 2015, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued a litigation release to the public concerning Pennsylvania-based financial advisor Malcolm Segal. The SEC charged Malcolm Segal with numerous violations, including the operation of a Ponzi Scheme and stealing investor money to enrich himself. According to the allegations, Malcolm Segal fraudulently sold Certificates… Read More »

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Investors: Has Your Broker Left You “Swimming Naked?”

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For the last few years, the stock market has been doing gangbusters, and retail investors are bound to feel pretty good about their investments and the broker-dealers in charge of them. But for some unwitting investors, the overall strong performance of the market has been masking underlying problems with their investment accounts – sometimes… Read More »

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