On Your Side: Grandparents targeted by scammers

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A grandparent gets a call from their grandchild who is in trouble and needs help. Of course, most would do whatever they can to help.

But what if the person on the line is really a scam artist?

It’s a growing problem in the country, but there are ways to avoid getting tricked. Watch the video above to learn more.

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