Comments for: Maine attorney general makes public aware of grocery voucher scam

Posted Sept. 30, 2013, at 4:13 p.m.

AUGUSTA | Attorney General Janet Mills is warning Maine residents to be wary of a grocery voucher scam targeting the elderly. The scam claims to offer individuals ages 60 and up $3,000 in free groceries and a Life Alert device. The scammers have indicated a new government assistance program …

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