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Attorney General warns NH residents to beware phone scams
The Attorney General and Bankers Association say legitimate organizations do not contact their customers in this manner to obtain or verify personal information, such as account numbers, PINs, passwords, dates of birth or Social Security numbers.
Foster noted in the written statement that the scam artists are very creative in avoiding detection and are skilled at hiding their identity. The scams are often operated from outside the country and are very difficult to trace, he said.
For more information about how to avoid scams or frauds, visit the Department of Justice website at http://doj.nh.gov/consumer.
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