A pensioner from Cambridgeshire says she's had the worst Christmas ever after fraudsters conned her out of her life savings.
80-year-old Doreen Kent and her daughter had £45,000 stolen from their bank accounts after thieves used a text messaging scam to trick them into handing over their personal details.
The money was in an account Mrs Kent shared with her daughter Angela. Posing as fraud officers from her bank, the hackers sent her a text message.
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