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Latest scam in these parts...
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Min
2020-02-12 01:08:34 UTC
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A recorded message advising me to surrender to my arrest warrant...
unless this is the latest Community Policing roll out?
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Min
J. P. Gilliver (John)
2020-02-12 01:30:12 UTC
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A recorded message advising me to surrender to my arrest warrant...
unless this is the latest Community Policing roll out?
They've finally heard about the snipper riffle?
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Mike
2020-02-12 08:07:28 UTC
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A recorded message advising me to surrender to my arrest warrant...
unless this is the latest Community Policing roll out?
They've finally heard about the snipper riffle?
They don’t know what calibre of gal they are (t)rifelling with here....
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steveski
2020-02-12 01:44:05 UTC
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A recorded message advising me to surrender to my arrest warrant...
unless this is the latest Community Policing roll out?
I can't see what a scammer (for want of a better word) would get out of
this. It might be just an administrative stuff-up.
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Steveski
Chris J Dixon
2020-02-12 08:37:54 UTC
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A recorded message advising me to surrender to my arrest warrant...
unless this is the latest Community Policing roll out?
I can't see what a scammer (for want of a better word) would get out of
this. It might be just an administrative stuff-up.
I guess that they ask you to press a button to discuss matters,
which will just drop the line if you do so, but they have
harvested a working phone number to sell on.

Chris
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Sam Plusnet
2020-02-12 22:37:46 UTC
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Post by Min
A recorded message advising me to surrender to my arrest warrant...
unless this is the latest Community Policing roll out?
I can't see what a scammer (for want of a better word) would get out of
this. It might be just an administrative stuff-up.
I guess that they ask you to press a button to discuss matters,
which will just drop the line if you do so, but they have
harvested a working phone number to sell on.
You can avoid a summary sentence by paying an "on the spot fine" -
please give your credit card details to the officer who is waiting -
just press "1" on your phone - etc. etc.
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Sam Plusnet
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