Aug 25, 2015

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Don't answer that robocall: Why having a landline phone leaves callers open to

Don't answer that robocall: Why having a landline phone leaves callers open to
“Seniors are used to picking up the phone if it rings,” said Gretchen Snyder, chief operations officer for the Orange Senior Center. “They expect that somebody might be calling them, and they pick up the line, so it's annoying when there's constant …
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Fraudsters jailed for targeting victims in Kensington and Chelsea
According to police, Abdul Mohib, 23, and Mominur Rahman, 19, targeted elderly and vulnerable victims in boroughs across London including Kensington & Chelsea, Richmond and Westminster, netting a total of £265,00. Mohib, of Frederick Street, WC1, was …
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Pensioners warned to be on alert after spate of rogue trader calls
Dorset Police's Crime Prevention Advisor, Debbie Oldfield, said: “Reports have come in from all over Dorset, but we are experiencing a higher volume of calls from elderly people in the areas in and around Ferndown, Poole and Bournemouth. “We ask that …
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