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New banking initiative to protect elderly from financial abuse MP3

A new banking initiative aims to address growing concerns about the financial abuse of vulnerable members of the community. Seniors groups say a growing number of older Australians are coming forward to report they have no money left after entrusting the management of their savings to a friend or family. Source: abc.net.au

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