“We want you to know that our department would never call and require you to send money (cash, card, money orders, etc.) to our agency,” Lake Lure Police said If you receive a call like this from a phone with a caller ID of “Lake Lure Police Department,” you’re asked to call police at 828-625-4911.
LAKE LURE, N.C. (WSPA) – Lake Lure police are warning of a phone scam where the caller claims to be from the police department. Police say a local merchant recently received a phone call from someone soliciting money and claiming to be with the Lake Lure Police Department.
Copyright 2021 Nexstar Media Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. J. Scott Wilson, Nexstar Media Wire / Oct 5, 2021 CHICAGO (NewsNation Now) — Thanks to global supply chain disarray caused by the pandemic, everything from furnace filters to Furbies, lightbulbs to Legos are in danger of being in short supply this holiday season.
Money and finance expert Matt Sapaula told “Morning in America” host Adrienne Bankert that store owners (even online ones) are all facing the same issue: Goods just aren’t coming in fast enough to keep the shelves stocked, which means many hot items may no longer be in stock for last-minute shoppers … or even three-weeks-ahead shoppers.