Residents told to be on the look out for fraudsters

Residents are being reminded of the dangers associated with entertaining persons offering goods or services without first seeking to validate their legitimacy.

The police say it has been drawn to their attention, and is currently circulating on the Social Media, that there are a number of persons either visiting residences or making contact via telephone purporting to be employees of the utility company FLOW, and offering services.

In this regard, residents must ensure that valid forms of picture identification is produced before opening doors, or if possible contact the respective company to verify if a particular service is being offered.

Additionally, all suspicious activities must be reported to the police.

5 Responses to Residents told to be on the look out for fraudsters

  1. Wendy Clarke
    Wendy Clarke October 19, 2016 at 5:53 pm
  2. Sheryl Smith
    Sheryl Smith October 19, 2016 at 5:56 pm

    Every year coming up to Christmas, these crooks raise their ugly heads.

  3. Rosalind Eastmond
    Rosalind Eastmond October 19, 2016 at 6:02 pm
  4. harry turnover October 19, 2016 at 6:28 pm

    Somebody could call me or knock pun my door offering services ??
    Only recently I was not at home ( an 18 year old girl and a 11 year old boy were at home ) and an INSPECTOR from the Ministry of Health was let in ALTHOUGH AN ADULT WAS NOT PRESENT.
    I told them NEVER AGAIN and I am going to tell that Inspector that she should have known better not to enter someones home if an ADULT is not present.

  5. Alex Alleyne October 19, 2016 at 7:52 pm

    Some on knocking at the door, some one ringing the bell, open the door let me blow them away. lol,lol,lol.


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