Ashton Kutcher victim of cyber scam

Published: 22nd August 2013 02:27 PM  |   Last Updated: 22nd August 2013 02:35 PM   |  A+A-

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Actor Ashton Kutcher became the latest victim of cyber scam as he too fell in the prey of cyber scammers Luis Flores and Kyah Green.

Socialites Kris Jenner and Kim Kardashian were recently became the victim of cyber scam.

According to a document received May 30, American Express received two calls about Kutcher’s account. In the first, the caller claimed to be the Hollywood star himself, with the impostor providing his personal information as well as answers to his security questions to gain access to the account, reports

The caller then requested that the primary account phone number be changed to Flores’ number. They also requested that an emergency replacement card be sent to an address in Oak Park, Illinois.

In the second call, the caller requested to change Kutcher’s social security number to Flores’. 

This method was nearly identical to the method that the duo used to scam Kris out of more than $70,000.

The duo have yet to be arraigned on charges of wire fraud.

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