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  1. The Hi Mum/Dad scam is a fraudulent message sent via a messaging app or social media platforms such as Messenger, WhatsApp or Snapchat. The sender claims to be a distressed family member, pretending they have a new number because their phone was lost, broken or stolen. The sender may then say they are in trouble and ask to borrow money or make ...

  2. 7 de nov. de 2022 · I lost £950 to the 'Mum and Dad' WhatsApp scam - and my bank won't refund me: Reader reveals messages that tricked him into sending cash. By Ed Magnus For Thisismoney.co.uk. Updated: 02:00 EST, 7 ...

  3. 19 de ene. de 2022 · WhatsApp crooks target parents with messages pretending to be their children pleading for cash. 'Friend in need' con sees fraudsters pose as victims' loved ones via WhatsApp. Santander reports 532 ...

  4. 20 de jul. de 2022 · Updated 20 July 2022 · 3-min read. A convincing WhatsApp scam where criminals pretend to be the recipient's son or daughter has cost Aussies a whopping $2.3 million so far this year. New figures ...

  5. 20 de ene. de 2022 · Rising number of people falling victim to ‘Dear Mumscam on Whatsapp. In some cases, victims have lost up to £3,000 . Emily Atkinson. Thursday 20 January 2022 15:29 GMT. Comments.

  6. 29 de jun. de 2022 · Clue that exposed $5000 WhatsApp ‘mum and dad’ scam. Scammers are using a cruel new tactic to extort cash out of unsuspecting Aussies, but one dad who was targeted on WhatsApp knew something ...

  7. 4 de ago. de 2022 · Known as the ‘Hi mum’ or ‘Hi dadscam, the WhatsApp messages target parents and attempt to convince them to send money to a person posing as their child. Typically blaming a lost phone or ...