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: That may not be your daughter crying on the phone. Here’s what to know about AI-powered scams. 

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You already know not to click on suspicious emails, and to ignore those typo-laden texts claiming to be from a delivery service with an undeliverable package. Now fraudsters have found a way to take scam phone calls to the next level.

These are similar to typical phone scams, where you get a call from someone claiming to be a grandchild in trouble who needs money or someone impersonating a relative seeking an investment. But now scammers are becoming more sophisticated with the use of artificial intelligence. 

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