Woodbridge: Warning after scam calls
POLICE are warning businesses to be aware of a scam currently running in the county.
Officers have been informed that business owners in the Woodbridge area have been telephoned by an individual claiming to be from Suffolk Police Federation.
They are then asked for donations towards their “Book of Remembrance”.
Once this is declined and the caller is challenged, they hang up.
Suffolk Police Federation does not publish a book of this kind, so anyone purporting to be calling for this purpose is not genuine.
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If you believe you have been the victim of a ‘scam’ or fraud, call Suffolk police on 101.
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