Warnings Out About Suspicious Mail
Warnings are out about suspicious mail in brown envelopes getting delivered to local homes.
Renfrew OPP say the brown envelopes appear to come from the Government and inside is a form to complete, addressed to "Canadian Residents Born After 1938". It has information about supplementing the Canada Pension Plan Death Benefit with the "Final Needs Planning Program." The mail is in fact from an insurance company and they are looking to sell life insurance.
Renfrew OPP are cautioning against providing your personal information to anyone, especially when they try to mimic government logos and forms.
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