A grandparent receives a frantic call from someone they believe to be their grandchild.
This nationwide scam has a
How to Avoid Becoming a Victim
Be suspicious when you receive a telephone call where:
grandchild calls you from a faraway location.
The grandchild says, "It's me," or "It's your grandson," or "It's your favorite grandchild."
The grandchild is in some trouble or some type of distress.
The caller asks for money to be wire transferred
Citizens in our community should stay
If you have
The Federal Bureau of Investigation;
Department of State: