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Bay County Sheriff's Office

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  • Criminal Investigator
    Bay County Sheriff's Office
  • Sergeant
    Bay County Sheriff's Office
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Paul Vecker with the Bay ..., 7 Dec 2015 [cached]
Paul Vecker with the Bay County Sheriff
BAY COUNTY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - With everyone out shopping this holiday season, trying to find that perfect gift for their loved ones, we want to remind you criminals are looking to take advantage of you and steal your personal information.
Paul Vecker with the Bay County Sheriff's Office offers some tips for you to remain vigilant this Christmas and protect yourself from holiday scams.
Vecker wants to remind you that 99 percent of the time, if you wire someone money you don't know, you will never get that money back.
He also says if you're asked to purchase a green dot card and then give the transaction number to a caller, they are then able to open an account and take your money.
Vecker says if someone calls you and says you've won money, or they ask you to wire them money, be wary!
"We've had some people that said ..., 24 June 2015 [cached]
"We've had some people that said they could not pay the $1,948, and the guy would come back on the phone and say, 'Hey listen we'll reduce it to $1,000 if you'll pay that particular fine," said Bay County Sheriff's Office Investigator, Paul Vecker.
Both Ford and Vecker say the majority of calls have been made through what they're calling "spoofed" numbers, meaning the numbers can't be traced back to their original source.
I'd also have women, and make ..., 21 Nov 2014 [cached]
I'd also have women, and make sure, even men, not to take more than two credit cards inside of a store," said Paul Vecker, Criminal Investigator for the Bay County Sheriff's Office.
Vecker says another thing shoppers need to keep in mind.
"One of the main ones that need to be looked at very carefully by all the shoppers is, we try to tell everyone about the debit card. We want people not to use their debit card at fast food restaurants, at service stations," said Vecker.
The reason Sheriff's officials urge residents to not use debit cards at these locations, is a little tool called a skimmer.
"And what it does, is the person behind the counter can go in and take your card, and slidE it through the skimmer, and it gives them your information," said Vecker.
"Do not give your personal information over the phone, especially if you don't know who you are talking too," said Vecker.
"One person thought they were going ..., 21 Mar 2014 [cached]
"One person thought they were going to be able to apply for a job and that job was to go ahead and contact with different people and have them sign up to have their vehicle wrapped," said Sergeant Paul Vecker, Bay County Sheriff's office.
And the minimum was for one month and the maximum was up to four months,� said Vecker.
The second victim, who received a $1,900 check, followed instructions and deposited it in his bank account.
"He was supposed to keep $300 and return the other money to a decaling company who would come later on and decal the vehicle. And of course he's out that money and the bank wants their money back from the individual,� said Vecker.
Officials say even though you see the cars all over the streets, don't be fooled by these vehicle wrap jobs.
"You do see them and they're legitimate vehicles etc., but they're not asking people to have their vehicles wrapped. And people see these on the beaches and they say i guess it must be legit and they fall for it,� said Vecker.
Bay County Sheriff's ..., 10 July 2009 [cached]
Bay County Sheriff's Investigator, Paul Vecker, says stress is a huge contributor.
"Stress does cause domestic violence because people sometimes don't know where to turn to," Vecker says.
An average of three women and one man are killed each day in the United States by an intimate partner. Vecker says most of the time it could be avoided if people recognize the warning signs.
"People do not want to become involved in domestic violence type situations. Let's stay out of it, we don't need to get involved. The failure of that is the end result, unfortunately," says Vecker.
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