By Haddenham Webteam - 15th March 2019 5:00pm
Scams online and via telephone are increasingly inventive and a serious risk to the unwary.
Please help the elderly and vulnerable know how to spot them and avoid becoming a victim.
The latest one we've heard about, received this week by an elderly resident of Haddenham, was an attempt to extract banking details over the telephone in order to transfer "a council tax rebate".
Apparently, many such hoax phone calls have been reported to AVDC in the last few weeks.
Please help educate and inform others, especially those who are unlikely to be accessing this website.
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