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When the Nutley resident asked questions of the caller seeking proof of identity, including the “lieutenant’s” name, rank and badge number, the caller hung up, police said.“Someone calls you and asks for information, and if two weeks later your account gets emptied out, at least you have some validity to your claim.”Police departments in Essex County sounded off on scammers last February following a rash of fraudsters posing as utility workers.Montanari pointed to a scam occurring on Tuesday, Nov. A resident was scammed out of

When the Nutley resident asked questions of the caller seeking proof of identity, including the “lieutenant’s” name, rank and badge number, the caller hung up, police said.“Someone calls you and asks for information, and if two weeks later your account gets emptied out, at least you have some validity to your claim.”Police departments in Essex County sounded off on scammers last February following a rash of fraudsters posing as utility workers.Montanari pointed to a scam occurring on Tuesday, Nov. A resident was scammed out of $1,600 that had been sent as a deposit for an apartment which had been listed on the Craigslist website, Montanari said.

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When the Nutley resident asked questions of the caller seeking proof of identity, including the “lieutenant’s” name, rank and badge number, the caller hung up, police said.“Someone calls you and asks for information, and if two weeks later your account gets emptied out, at least you have some validity to your claim.”Police departments in Essex County sounded off on scammers last February following a rash of fraudsters posing as utility workers.

,600 that had been sent as a deposit for an apartment which had been listed on the Craigslist website, Montanari said.

The resident reported the matter as a fraud to the bank, but Montanari said, by that time, the funds were no longer available.

The resident received an email stating the would-be renter would have to wait for three days for the bank to clear the money transfer before moving personal belongings into the apartment, police stated.

The victim then became suspicious and contacted the bank to cancel the transaction, but it had already occurred, according to police.

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