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A fundraiser has been launched for a Dublin who has scammed out of all her savings in a cruel con.

Zuzanna was swindled out of over €6,000 of her savings after she received a call telling her she was being investigated for money laundering.

The Dun Laoghaire woman said she’d been receiving scam calls for weeks and had ignored them but this one caught her at a vulnerable moment.

Zuzanna, 40, was woken up by a call after a gruelling night shift at the oncology unit of the hospital she worked at.

She said: “I answered the call, exhausted from working all night and disorientated at being woken from sleep.

“It was an automatic message saying to hold for an operator that I was a suspect in a criminal investigation. I was so tired I didn’t even realise it was a fake allegation.”

A man introduced himself as Daniel Parker, an officer of The Financial Criminal Authority.

She added: “He asked me to write down these details for my records. He proceeded to tell me my PPS number had been compromised and was associated with money laundering overseas.

“He said there was a debt of €180,000 in my name. He threatened me that there was a warrant issued for my arrest, and I was not to attempt to leave the country.”

Speaking on the GoFundMe page, Zuzanna said she was terrified because she was supposed to fly to Poland the following week to see her family.

She said: “I started crying hysterically, I was petrified. I was so tired, I…

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