• Consider a google search for any names or phone numbers provided, which often leads to known telephone scams previously reported onlineThe RCMP is advising to hang up immediately if you receive a call from someone alleging to be a police officer collecting fines or taxes, record the caller’s number and contact your local police and report the incident to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre at 1 888 495 8501 or www.antifraudcentre.ca. The RCMP Serious & Organized Crime Unit in Edmonton are investigating telephone calls where the caller identifies himself as a member of the RCMP, demanding the collection of unpaid taxes or fines.“The scammers threaten jail time, legal action and use coercive language to scare potential victims into sending money,” the media release reads. “The RCMP does not contact individuals for the purpose of collecting fines or taxes and NEVER asks the public to make a payment over the telephone.”During one recent call to an Edmonton man, the caller stated he was an RCMP Officer from Manitoba. The caller provided a badge number, phone number, and demanded money for unpaid taxes.- Advertisement -The RCMP recommends the following preventive measures:• Never divulge personal/financial information to unknown callers• If you are not convinced a caller is a police officer, contact your local police service or detachment to confirm their identityAdvertisement
Paulinho, who is 29, first joined Guangzhou from Tottenham Hotspur in 2015, playing 84 matches and scoring 22 goals before leaving for Barcelona in 2017. He scored nine goals in 34 La Liga appearances for the Catalan giants last season.0Shares0000(Visited 3 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Brazil midfielder Paulinho (right) in Friday’s World Cup quarter-final, returning to China © AFP / BENJAMIN CREMELPARIS, France, Jul 8 – Barcelona have loaned midfielder Paulinho, a starter in the Brazil side knocked out by Belgium in the World Cup quarter-finals, to former club Guangzhou Evergrande, the Chinese Super League champions announced on Sunday.“Guangzhou Evergrande confirm Paulinho has returned to the club after one season at Barcelona,” the club tweeted.
Data released by Costa Rica’s Supreme Elections Tribunal (TSE), show that 50,000 naturalized citizens are registered to vote in upcoming presidential elections on Feb. 2, 2014.That figure means that the 2014 election will see 11,000 more naturalized citizens vote than in 2010.Most of the new citizens are from Nicaragua, Colombia, the United States, Cuba, El Salvador, the Dominican Republic and China.According to the TSE report, Costa Rica’s registered voters for next year total 3,011,000 citizens. Facebook Comments No related posts.