National Police And Troopers Association Scam Calls - NPST

National Police And Troopers Association Scam Calls - NPST

I keep receiving calls from the National Police Trooper’s Association requesting donations for law enforcement. The NPST is a scam and no such organization exists in the state of Maine! In fact, Maine law enforcement agencies are forbidden by law to solicit funds or donations. Please don’t give your money to these fictitious organizations. I’m guessing they are as credible as that Nigerian Prince who offered me $5 million last week.

This is the new "Auto Warranty" scam call. The same guy calls my personal and work cell numbers but his number is always different and is from people unaware their number was used, and he always asks for Natasha.

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National Police And Troopers Association Scam Calls - NPST