Courier Fraud Alert

Courier Fraud, Bogus Police and Bank Officials Alert

What you need to know

Individuals have been receiving phone calls from people claiming to be a police officer or banking official

HMRC

 

 

What you need to know

  • Action Fraud has experienced an increase in the reporting of malicious calls and voicemails, to members of the public purporting to be from Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs (HMRC).

Online Vehicle Sales Alert

What you need to know.

Fraudsters have been advertising vehicles and machinery for sale on various online selling platforms, this includes vehicles and machinery used by the agricultural industry.

Scam Warning – Fake TalkTalk Emails

Watch out for these FAKE TalkTalk emails about a refund. Action Fraud has received over 100 reports this week about fake emails purporting to be from TalkTalk. The emails state that the recipient’s TalkTalk account is in credit and that they’re owed a refund. The links in the emails lead to malicious websites.
Don’t click on the links or attachments in suspicious emails, and never respond to messages that ask for your personal or financial details.

Anti Social Behaviour

The residents of Adderbury are still experiencing ASB and Thames Valley police are asking the residents to ring in on 101 and report any incidents or if you hear of anyone that is involved as the incidents are becoming more often. Parents, if your children are out in the village at night time could you please speak to them about what they have been up to as they may be able to give us names so we can follow up our enquiries. Any information please call 101 and ask them to e-mail the Banbury neighbourhood team.
alert@neighbourhoodalert.co.uk

Anti- Social Behaviour

We are receiving a number of calls regarding youths and ASB within the Adderbury area, We are encouraging anyone who witnesses or has been effected by ASB to call via 101 and ask the URN to be passed to the neighbourhood team.

Multiple Purse Thefts In Cherwell And West Oxfordshire

Thames Valley Police is issuing crime prevention advice to residents across Cherwell and West Oxfordshire following multiple incidents of purse theft. The most common kind of purse theft is known as ‘handbag dipping’. This is where offenders remove purses from handbags left unzipped or unattended. Bank cards are often stolen and used by offenders very […]