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Police warn residents about Postal Scam

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Lisburn PSNI have issued a warning to residents regarding a postal scam that has been made aware to them in the past week.

Residents will receive a piece of paper which notifies them of a parcel that requires collection and are provided a phone number to call to arrange a delivery.

The piece of paper also informs you that there is a processing and delivery fee that needs paid and can only be done via credit/debit card.

Lisburn PSNI advised residents via Facebook to “use it to line the cat’s litter tray, or make a paper airplane from it.”

We were not shocked today to discover that the residents of Lisburn and Castlereagh City are a clever bunch of…

Posted by PSNI Lisburn on Thursday, 9 July 2015

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