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Known as the "hey grandma scam" or "grandparent scam," con artists are tricking senior citizens into giving them money by posing as their grandchildren pleading for funds over the phone, CBS News reports.Scammers are making more than ,000 a day by duping elderly folks into thinking they're speaking to a grandchild who was just arrested and needs money for bail and lawyers. Once you get them emotionally involved, then they'll do anything for you."The culprits run their scheme out of Canada, but target seniors in the U. Some claim to be grandkids, while others pretend to be police officers who are with the grandchild, according to 7 Eyewitness News WKBW.If you think you've been targeted, you can alert the Federal Trade Commission, or report the incident to your local police. A "currency" was created out of thin air and now people are spending hundreds of dollars each for one reason: the belief that some other fool will pay more for it later. But I am having a lot more fun than gambling a couple hundred on a casino boat. It's a Ponzi Scheme and just remember that - and have fun..............Around one out of every 50 people fall for it, according to the criminal."We've had doctors and lawyers fall for this," Doug Shadel from AARP said.If you are looking to join the DI team, please read below and keep this information handy when pursuing a position with DI.
Unauthorized individuals and organizations sometimes fraudulently use the Dyn Corp International brand in an attempt to solicit fees from potential job seekers, promising placement in a position with DI or its family of companies.
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Thank you, -- Traci Lehmberg DNA Testing Support IDENTIGENE2495 South West Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84115Phone: (888)404-GENE/(888)404-4363 Fax: (801) 462-1403#3From: ikron alexander To: Identigene Customer Support Sent: Wed, September 30, 2009 PMSubject: Re: IDENTIGENE: understanding your dna test results I know for fact what I sent in. It appears to me that my sample have been mixed up with someone elses. Ikron Alexander#5Hello again Ikron, You are welcome to call and talk to a supervisor, the number is 888-404-4363 and just ask to speak to a supervisor in regards to your test results.
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