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FBI: Scammers targeting parents of students at Georgia universities



It's no secret that most parents will do anything for their children and that college students can sometimes get into trouble.

That's why phone scammers pretending to be university law enforcement officials are calling parents or guardians of students at Georgia universities to say they have ou...

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  1. A smart parent would tell the caller to go ahead and serve the warrant to teach the child a lesson about not ignoring legal summons and subpoenas. If the warrant is non-existent, no problem and scam lesson learned. If it’s real, life lesson learned.

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