Payment protection insurance (PPI) claims scammers are operating in Suffolk.The East Anglian Daily Times reports that one woman lost £5,000 after being contacted by a bogus caller that claimed to deal with PPI claims.Manager of the Leiston, Saxmundham and District Citizens Advice Bureau Nick Mayo told the publication that people ought to avoid giving out personal information and bank details to callers.Furthermore, he recommended that people do not agree to send money to anyone unless they have checked out who they are dealing with.The specialist advised members of the public to ask unknown callers for contact details and telephone numbers so they can determine the validity of the call.Alternatively, Mr Mayo said people could ask unknown callers to write to them, claiming this would give them "time to think about it".PPI claims scammers also recently struck in Macclesfield, leading Cheshire Police to issue a warning about the crime.John Fieldman Having worked in the city for 19 years, John's main focus is interest rates and corporate finance.
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