Posted: Mon 14th Nov 2016

North Wales Fire and Rescue Service warning over possible scam

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Monday, Nov 14th, 2016


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North Wales Fire and Rescue Service are warning of a possible scam.

A number of people have received calls from someone claiming they work for the fire and rescue service selling smoke alarms to residents in North Wales.

Stuart Millington, Senior Fire Safety Manager, said:

“We have been made aware by a number of people who have been approached by someone claiming to work for North Wales Fire and Rescue Service who is attempting to sell smoke alarms.

North Wales Fire and Rescue Service offer a free home safety check where a member of North Wales Fire and Rescue Service wvisit properties and install smoke alarms where necessary.

This service is completely free and the fire service do not charge.

North Wales Fire and Rescue Service will be in uniform and will carry identification cards with them at all times.

“I would like to remind people to be vigilant and to contact Trading Standards if they receive a similar call.”

Reporting a scam

Contact Trading Standards Service by using this form, or alternatively call them on 01352 703189 or visit at Entrance 3, County Hall, Mold, CH7 6NF.

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