Senior citizen investment fraud is on the rise, and many advisors are putting seniors in inappropriate and costly investments, according to The Los Angeles Times.

A survey by the North American Securities Administrators Association suggests that fraud against seniors has risen 44% in the last year, said Joseph Borg, the organization’s president.

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