Glassboro Police Warn of Email Scam

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Police in Glassboro are warning residents about a recent email scam taking place in the area.

The Glassboro Police Department says they have received several calls from residents reporting they received emails that appear to come from the Police Department stating the recipient owes fines for speeding infractions.

The recipient is then asked to click on a link to pay the fine.

Glassboro Police say the emails did not come from them and are reminding residents that no court or police department would notify someone to pay fines through this method.

As a general warning, never click on links requesting money unless you have initiated the request with the company or agency.

If you have received one of these emails, please disregard it and do not click on any unfamiliar links.

If you have provided personal or financial information to this or other suspicious emails, you are asked to contact your local police department.

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