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Fri December 21, 2012
N.H. Attorney General Warns Of Scams Seeking Money For CT Shooting Victims
New Hampshire Attorney General Michael Delaney is warning against scams seeking donations for families and victims of the Connecticut school shooting.
Delaney says there have been no complaints in New Hampshire of fraudulent phone calls seeking money for victims.
But there have been reports of phone scams in Connecticut.
Delaney urges people to be wary of phone calls seeking money and says you should always ask for solicitation materials in writing.
He also reminds people to never provide personal financial information over the phone. That includes social security numbers, dates of birth, and bank account numbers.