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Published: 22/11/2017

Published: 18/11/2017

This is a message sent via Neighbourhood Watch. This information has been sent on behalf of Action Fraud (National Fraud Intelligence Bureau)
Message sent by Action Fraud (Action Fraud, Administrator, National)
The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) has identified a number of reports where job seekers are being targeted by fraudsters trying to obtain personal and banking details from them, or requesting money to secure accommodation. 

Individuals registering with job seeking websites or searching for jobs on The Student Room website are being contacted by bogus recruitment companies/businesses asking them to complete application and interview forms which request personal details and banking details, as well as copies of identity documents.
In some instances the applicant is invited along for interview, either in person or over the phone, to make the process look as legitimate as possible. This is impacting on students and graduates looking for work both in the UK and overseas. 

Published: 14/11/2017

Today (Friday 10 November) Citizens Advice has responded to Ofcom's announcement that broadband companies will automatically compensate customers for slow repairs, missed appointments and delayed installations.

Gillian Guy, chief executive of Citizens Advice, said:

"People rely on broadband for many of their daily activities, but all too often providers fail to deliver the service their customers are paying for. That’s why we’ve been calling for consumers to be automatically compensated when they’re left without a connection through no fault of their own.

"The introduction of this voluntary scheme means that consumers will no longer have to waste valuable time negotiating with providers, and is therefore welcome. However, it’s essential that Ofcom holds the broadband companies to account through strict reporting to ensure consumers receiv

Published: 13/11/2017

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Published: 13/11/2017

Published: 11/11/2017

This is a message sent via Neighbourhood Watch. This information has been sent on behalf of Sussex Police
Message sent by Lee Melbourne (Police, Prevention Support & Engagement Officer, Sussex)

Wednesday 8th November 2017

Following a spate of burglaries in your area by applying a few prevention methods you can make your home less attractive to burglars.
Keep all wallets, purses, credit cards and car keys out of sight and out of reach.
If you leave your house empty, even if you are in the back garden, lock all the doors and windows.
An intruder alarm can be an effective deterrent against burglars, seek advice to ensure it is the most suitable for your needs.
Make it a habit to mark your valuables by using your postcode and house number or name.
Some articles are unsuitable for marking so photograph them next to a ruler.
Register your property at immobolise.com, it is free and helps police identify the owners of recovered property thousands of times a day.
A burglary in your own home is a devastating experience that can affect you and your family long after the incident has occurred.
Lets make it difficult for would be offenders to target your home by thinking of implementing some of the crime prevention ideas.      

Published: 11/11/2017

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Message sent by Ben Carslake (Police, Prevention Support & Engagement Officer, Sussex
East Hoathly and Halland local bonfire event

Saturday 11, November sees the East Hoathly and Halland local bonfire event. To ensure that the event runs smoothly and in the interests of public safety, please take into account the following information.
From 13:00 on Saturday 11th November the main A22 road will be subject to a temporary 30 mph speed limit restriction between Crockstead and Whitesmith as well as Easons Green and Terrib

Published: 10/11/2017

Published: 08/11/2017

Hadlow Down Online in its role as the Hadlow Down Neighbourhood Watch Coordinator has now become 'A Friend Against Scams' following a seminar on October 24th.
'A Friend Against Scams' is National Trading Standards  initiative and the seminar was hosted by Action in Rural Sussex.
Consumers lose £5 to 10 billion every year to internet, 'phone & door-to-door scams.  Hadlow Down Online aims to create as much awareness as possible via the Village Web Site, Bulk emailed Newsletters, Email Alerts, the Village Facebook Group and Parish Magazine.  We are in the process of creating a 'Friend Against Scams' page within the Village Web Site listing all current and recent scams as well as offering advice on what action should be taken when you think you may be a victim of a scam or have been targeted by scammers.
We welcome all input from villagers regarding scams they receive or know of in order that we can make more people aware of those currently 'doing the rounds'.  Please email details to webadmin@hadlowdown.com headed 'scam alert'.

Published: 06/11/2017

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