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Urgent warning issued to Australian Instagram users over an alarming scam

A Brisbane mum has revealed how cybercriminals stole $24,000 from her loyal followers after hacking into her social media accounts. 

Anna Van Dijk runs the popular online store ‘Lunchbox Mini’ where she sells a variety of lunchboxes, water bottles, coffee cups and cooler bags. 

In February, her Instagram account was targeted by cybercriminals who stole thousands from her loyal followers using a fake bitcoin scheme. 

In just seven days the fraudsters swindled a dozen Aussie mums out of $24,000, as Ms Van Dijk desperately tried to regain control of her account.  

Anna Van Dijk (pictured) runs the popular online store ‘Lunchbox Mini’ where she sells a variety of lunchboxes, water bottles, coffee cups and cooler bags

Scammers told Ms Van Dijk's followers they could make $7,000 in just two hours if they invested $1,000 (pictured, a message sent from the scammers to a victim)

Scammers told Ms Van Dijk’s followers they could make…


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