A new state law gives Texas banks and financial institutions more flexibility to protect the elderly and disabled from exploitation by allowing them to stop what they believe to be questionable transactions.
A new state law gives Texas banks and financial institutions more flexibility to protect the elderly and disabled from exploitation by allowing them to stop what they believe to be questionable transactions. Thinkstock
A new state law gives Texas banks and financial institutions more flexibility to protect the elderly and disabled from exploitation by allowing them to stop what they believe to be questionable transactions. Thinkstock

Banks have a new tool to stop scammers who target the elderly

December 28, 2017 12:06 PM

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