Scam alert. Nashua police said they have received dozens of complaints from people who lost thousands of dollars after they bought MoneyPak debit cards at the urging of scammers who tell them a family member needs bail money. The scammers claim they’re from a utility, attorney’s office or police department. They ask their victims to transfer the money to the Green Dot MoneyPak cards. The scammers will tell the victims how much money to put on the cards and then have the victims email or call them with the codes.
Organizers of the original Woodstock festival are trying to get something together to mark the golden anniversary of the event in 2019.
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