By Webteam - 7th October 2018 6:09am
A local resident recently informed AudlemOnline of a telephone scam he had received.
The telephone call was a recorded message saying the the HMRC had received a complaint about the resident and after following it up an arrest warrant had been issued on the resident for money owed. A reference number was given and the resident was told to ring a certain telephone number.
Rather suspicious, the resident rang the police who said this was a known scam currently going around.
Our resident asked AudlemOnline to publicise this scam.
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