WHY  SENIORS  ARE  MOST  VULNERABLE

To  Bad Contractors

 

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Foremost, it is not the intent of this home guide to portray senior private home heads as helpless, incapable of making prudent decisions, or naive by virtue of age. Seniors who live independently in their own homes are among a group of private home decision makers most subject to dishonest individuals in the construction trades. These others include:
1. First-time private home heads.
2. Single parents, especially moms.
3. Single women.
4. Those who are disabled, irrespective of nature of disability.
5. Widows.
Seniors Regarded Easiest Prey
Nonetheless, our focus is on the phenomenon of senior vulnerability. Dishonest contract firms or individual contractors are more prone to target seniors because they are stereotyped as ‘easiest prey.’ Seniors remain stigmatized as feeble-minded, living off retirement benefits, and the least likely to file official complaints.
"Subsequently most people, who are victimized by dishonest individuals in the building trades do not file official complaints, the incidents are even greater among seniors who would rather be left alone. Additionally, although many seniors in our day are active and regularly up and about, there remain a segment who are not. These among us are most apt to be easiest prey." END OF EXCERPTS


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