Recently, a resident of Grand Pines Assisted Living (1410 S. Ferry, Grand Haven) received a call from a "grandson" who would not give the resident his name. Instead, the caller said, "You don't know your own grandson's voice?" The person proceeded to try to make the resident feel bad because they didn't know their own grandchild. They stated they were in trouble and needed money.
Fortunately, the resident was alert and suspicious of the caller. The resident ended up simply hanging up on the caller.
These types of attempts at fraud have occurred before and will certainly continue to happen.
At Grand Pines Assisted Living, the safety and well-being of our residents is our No. 1 priority. It's important for not only our own residents, families and staff to be aware of these types of potential dangers, but also our friends and neighbors in the Grand Haven community and beyond.
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