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Cherry Hill residents are being targeted by an FBI phone scam

Philly Voice

Callers are saying that there’s a federal warrant out for potential victim's arrest, which will be thrown out if they make a payment

A new scam is targeting South Jersey residents to steal money.

The FBI's Philadelphia bureau is warning Cherry Hill residents that con artists are impersonating the law enforcement agency and telling people that there are federal warrants for their arrest; however, if they send money, they can avoid jail.

The fraudulent caller often knows the name, background, and other personal information, like the addresses of the person they are trying to scam, making it more believable. 

People are reporting that they have lost money, gift cards, and personal information. 


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