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Cybercrime and online scams targeting older Americans are rising, making heightened awareness more important than ever. According to the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center’s 2020 Elder Fraud Report, people aged 55 and older reported nearly $1 billion in fraud-related losses. This is an increase of $300 million in losses compared to 2019.