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Neighbourhood Watch

January 24, 2021

Safety in Neighbours Campaign

We need to make sure that as well as keeping ourselves safe during this pandemic, we’re keeping our homes and neighbourhoods safe as well. To that end, Neighbourhood Watch has worked in partnership with the Home Office, to create a campaign to warn members, and non-member...
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Frauds Aimed at Seniors

January 24, 2021
https://sixtyandme.com/seniors-scams/This is an American web site but a fraud is a fraud no matter where it takes place and what happens in the US also happens in the UK. Either we import it from there, or they from us. It doesn't matter which it is but for the crooks and sc...
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Avoiding Doorstep Crime

January 24, 2021

Bogus Callers

While most callers to your home are genuine, some are not. Bear the following in mind, if you suspect that an ‘official’ caller may not be genuine: Bogus callers often pretend to be from ‘the water board’ but do not let them in – there hasn’t been a ‘water boar...
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This 'Smart' crime is getting nearer to us in Ashtead so be aware and protect your car keys. Cars in Ewell were recently ransacked by thieves using a cheap Smart device to clone your car keys. Go to this informative RAC web site for guidance and information.RAC - Car Hacking...
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Bank Card Fraud

January 23, 2021
Unfortunately, this fraud is still prevalent in the area and the Police have asked us to publicise this warning. The fraudsters are targeting the elderly, so if you know of neighbours who may not be online, please warn them not to be taken in by these crooks. Banks will NEVE...
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Amazon Prime Scam

January 23, 2021
Action Fraud, the national fraud and cyber-crime reporting centre, is warning people of this scam that has seen victims lose over £400,000. Unsuspecting members of the public are being mercilessly targeted with automated calls which tell them a fraudster has used their pers...
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Throughout the pandemic, some fraudsters have been trying to exploit coronavirus as an opportunity for financial crime. Now that vaccines are available, they’re sending bogus messages claiming to offer the chance to apply for a coronavirus jab. These are usually text messa...
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