Elder Law Quiz

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This quiz on protecting yourself from identity theft and fraud is part of the Elder Law Lesson Module in Law-Related ESL Lessons. The quiz is an opportunity for a learner to assess their understanding.

1

Keep your passwords and bank cards together.

TRUE.
FALSE.

2

Never give out personal information on the telephone or by email.

TRUE.
FALSE.

3

A bank will sometimes call you by phone and ask for personal information.

TRUE.
FALSE.

4

If you get a phone call saying you have won a vacation, it is safe to reveal your personal information to the caller.

TRUE.
FALSE.

5

You can register for the national Do Not Call List to reduce unwanted calls.

TRUE.
FALSE.

6

If you have caller ID on your phone, you can see if the number belongs to someone you know.

TRUE.
FALSE.

7

Choose one of the following words to complete the sentence. Use each word only once.

  • receipts
  • personal
  • senior
  • wallet
When you are a

, sometimes people try to take advantage of you.
Be careful when throwing away grocery

.
Don’t keep passwords in your

.
Never give out your

information to someone you don’t know.


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