(Las Vegas, NV) – Attorney General Catherine Cortez-Masto is advising Nevadans to be on the lookout for the granparent scam. Imposters tend to call seniors claiming to be a relative, usually a grandchild claiming they need money due to an emergency.  The scammers typically ask for an immediate wire transfer of funds. Once the money has been sent, it is rarely recovered.

Comments (2)
  1. pinky says:

    Why would the AG be concerned about seniors? The government has been scamiing us for years, and now she is concerned. I guess she finally got the ok from Senator harry.

  2. ballsohardclub says:

    This is the work that Asians & Blacks are famous for.

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