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Affordable Care Act Scam

Be aware of Affordable Health Care Act phone scams. The scammers pose as government workers, telling people they’ve been selected to receive ACA insurance cards. Then, they ask for verification on their bank account information or Social Security number. Also

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MoneyGram Refund to Vermont Consumers

Any Vermonter, who thinks that he or she lost money as the result of a consumer scam, where money was wired through MoneyGram to Canada or the United States between January 2004-August 2009 may be eligible for a refund or

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Lost Dog Scam

NH State Police are asking the public to be aware of a scam involving a lost dog that may be linked to several burglaries in Cheshire County. Police say on three separate occasion two persons knock on the door and

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NH AG Warns of Business Scam

NH Attorney General Michael A. Delaney and Secretary of State William Gardner issued an alert for businesses on Thursday advising them to should question mailings sent from a company using the name: CORPORATE RECORDS SERVICE and using a Concord mailing

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NH DMV Director Warns of Unoffical License Sites

NH DMV Director Richard C. Bailey Jr. is warning residents not to use a search web site to renew their NH driver’s license. “People should be sure to enter the exact web address that is listed on their renewal notification letter

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Vermont Department of Labor Warns of Scam

The Vermont Department of Labor (VDOL) is warning of a nationwide identity theft scam that lures employers into providing confidential information about their employees. Emails were sent to businesses in at least 10 states, including New York and Massachusetts. The

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Warning of Phone Scam by Manchester Police

Manchester Police are warning residents of a scam after receiving several complaints. Police say several people received calls by someone identifying themselves as a Manchester police officer, or Manchester Police Chief David Mara. They then attempt to collect money and

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Political Campaign Scam

The NH Attorney General’s Office received information about individuals soliciting money from New Hampshire residents by falsely claiming that they represent legitimate political campaigns. Attorney General Delaney asks New Hampshire residents to verify the legitimacy of the phone solicitations before

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NH Attorney General Issues Warning

NH Attorney General Michael A. Delaney issued a warning to NH property owners on Friday about mailings from Secured Document Services and Deed Retrieval Services who are offering to obtain a copy of the homeowner’s deed.  The document appears like

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Warning of Telemarketing Scam

President, Chief Paul Donovan of Salem, New Hampshire warns citizens that a telemarketing company currently soliciting funds on behalf of the New Hampshire Association of Chiefs of Police, is fraudulent. The New Hampshire Association of Chiefs of Police believes fundraising

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