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Aussie Parents warned of cruel ‘hi mum’ phone texting scam costing unsuspecting families $2million


Parents warned about cruel ‘hi mum’ phone texting scam that has already fleeced unsuspecting families of $2million

  • Parents are getting hoodwinked across the nation via mobile phone scammers
  • Scam artists send texts from unknown numbers asking for money in the swindle
  • NSW and Victoria residents account for more than half of the $2million taken  

Parents have been put on alert after scammers swindled more than $2million from families mainly across four states using a devious text message.

The highly effective ‘hi mum’ mobile phone scam plays on the fears of parents when scammers send a text message from a different number pretending to be one of their children. 

The messages claim the son or daughter has a new phone and tells the parents to delete their…



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Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

A technology enthusiast and a passionate writer in the field of information technology, cyber security, and blockchain

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