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A phone call was all it took for one Lawrenceburg woman to get scammed out of $4,100 — and she wants to make sure it doesn’t happen to anyone else.
The woman asked not to be identified, but wanted to share her story in hopes of keeping others from the same fate.
A couple of weeks ago, the woman answered her phone and heard what she thought was her grandson on the other end.
“Grandma, it’s your favorite grandson,” the caller said.
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