FAIRFIELD — The Fairfield Police Department would like to remind residents to be vigilant of potential scams relating to COVID-19, such as suspicious activity relating to the distribution of the federal CARES Act stimulus bill.
MELROSE — As residents file their taxes this season, Chief Michael L. Lyle and the Melrose Police Department would like to remind the community about several ongoing IRS phone scams.
BEDFORD — Chief John J. Bryfonski and the Bedford Police Department are warning residents of ongoing phone scams and remind community members to never give out their personal or financial information to a person they do not know or whose identity cannot be verified.
BRIDGEWATER — Chief Christopher D. Delmonte and the Bridgewater Police Department are warning residents of a new IRS scam involving a man impersonating a Bridgewater police officer insisting that victims pay the IRS through iTunes gift cards.
MELROSE — Chief Michael L. Lyle announces that the Melrose Police Department is partnering with businesses throughout the community to prevent fraudulent wire transfers.
As a general reminder: The IRS will NEVER call an individual requesting money. The IRS always mails tax notifications.
Merrimac Police Department Eric M. Shears, Chief of Police 16 East Main St. Merrimac, MA 01860 For Immediate Release Tuesday, May 31, 2016 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: [email protected] Merrimac Police Alert Community to Increase in Aggressive IRS Fraud Calls MERRIMAC — Police Chief Eric M. Shears reports that the Merrimac Police Department has […]
ROCKPORT — Chief John Horvath reports that the Rockport Police Department received over 10 reports of IRS scams on Friday and would like to remind residents to never give out their personal and financial information to a person they do not know.
ROWLEY — After receiving several reports of the same IRS scam affecting residents, Chief Scott A. Dumas and the Rowley Police Department would like to advise the community to be careful with their financial information.
BRIDGEWATER — As residents prepare to file their taxes this year, Chief Delmonte and the Bridgewater Police Department are reminding the community to be careful with their private and financial information and to never send money to someone you do not know.