New Scam Targets Families of LDS Missionaries

New Scam Targets Families of LDS Missionaries

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The state Department of Commerce Thursday received a report of a scam targeting the grandparents of LDS missionaries with a ploy that their grandchild was in trouble and needed them to send money.

According to the report, Idaho grandparents of a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints received a call to send $3,885 via wire transfer to an alleged bail bondsman for bail and court fees to help their grandson, who supposedly was facing DUI charges.

The details of the family’s account mirror reports of others who have also reported the “grandparent scam” calls to the Utah Division of Consumer Protection. The con has drawn concern from the LDS Church.

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  1. This is never ever happen to the LDS Church , The church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints has well prepare to fund their missionaries around the world and the help from their families but they never ever ask to pay things like this please just don’t use the LDS church and our Missionaries to find and get your money gotta ask your church if they have sufficient fund for your families and yourself

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