- Member receives phone call from an out-of-state customer
Customer places large order (for 6 tires) and attempts to pay with credit card
Member attempts to require identification at time of pick up and purchase of items
- Member is told a 3rd party will pick up
- Member tells buyer they will still need identification verification with the purchase
- The caller hangs up not to be heard from again
Remember to always collect valid payment up front and beware of third-party pick-up plans.
If you think you have been affected by a scam be sure to pass on the information to make others aware. Be sure to file a complaint with the NHDOJ and let us know so that we can alert other NHADA members.