Younger Americans are more likely to become victims of a scam than senior citizens, according to the Better Business Bureau.
The BBB's scam tracker said 89 percent of seniors age 65 and older recognized a scam in time, and only 11 percent reported losing money. But millennials from ages 18 to 24 were more than three times as likely to miss a scam and lose money.
The BBB said seniors are less impulsive buyers and are less likely to make purchases online.
Millennials more likely to fall for scams than seniors, BBB says