Take Action Now to Protect Elderly and Vulnerable Adults from Financial Exploitation!
Please take action now and ask Governor Fallin to help protect Oklahoma’s elderly and vulnerable adults from financial fraud.
HB 3328 creates the Commission on the Prevention of Abuse of Elderly and Vulnerable Adults. The commission will examine our existing adult guardianship laws and make recommendations for improvements to help prevent our state’s most vulnerable from financial exploitation. We all know that frauds and scams are being perpetrated against Oklahoma’s seniors at an alarming rate. HB 3328 is one tool we can use to help fight against these types of crimes—crimes that can wipe out an individuals life savings.
Call 1-844-248-8227 or use the form on this page to email Governor Fallin today and ask her to sign HB 3328 and help keep Oklahoma’s seniors safe from financial exploitation.
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Dear [Decision Maker],
Oklahoma's elderly and vulnerable adults are being taken advantage of financially at an alarming rate. Frauds and scams that target our state's seniors are growing in both number and sophistication. Adult guardianship is an area that is seeing an increase in abuse and its time Oklahoma takes action to prevent these types of crimes from being perpetrated. HB 3328 creates the Commission on the Prevention of Abuse of Elderly and Vulnerable Adults chaired by the Attorney General. The commission, consisting of a group of community stakeholders, will examine strengths and weaknesses in Oklahoma's guardianship laws and make recommendations to strengthen protections for our state's elderly and vulnerable adults.
Sincerely,[Your Name] [Your Address] [City, State ZIP]