Which? scam alert service FAQs

Q. What is the Which? scam alert service?

A. We’re launching a service that will alert you to some new scams, but also share practical advice to help keep you one step ahead of the fraudsters. We’ll also share any relevant products and services from Which? that we think you may find interesting.

Microsoft

Looking for the latest updates to your codex or battletome? Got a question about how something in your army works? Each of these FAQs contains all of the most up-to-date errata and answers you’ll need to make sure that your games run as smoothly as possible, incorporating feedback from you guys and gals out there in the Warhammer community, the playtesters and of course, our studio design team. A rent back credit may appear on the Closing Disclosure as a credit to the borrower. In all cases, the lender must underwrite the loan without any consideration of the rent back credit and must document the borrower has sufficient funds for the transaction from eligible sources.

Q. How does it work?

A. We send the alert via email. It will go straight to your inbox from our standard Which? email address, [email protected]

Q. How frequently do you send the alert?

A. After the initial welcome emails, the alerts will be sent weekly. However, if we feel there is an urgent scam we need to tell you about, we'll send an alert as soon as we can.

Q. Why is Which? launching this scam alert service?

A. Protecting people from the threat of scams is a high priority for Which?. We have so much expertise on the evolving nature of scams, and we want to share that. It’s our mission to help people recognise the warning signs so they can protect themselves from this menace.

Q. What should I do if I’ve seen a scam?

A. If you’ve seen a scam that you’d like to share with us, please email [email protected] - this is the best way to contact our experts directly. *Please only share screenshots of scams, do not forward the scam as our system will block this.*

Q. What if I no longer want to receive the alerts?

A. At the bottom of every scam alert email there’s an opportunity to opt out of the alert service.

Here are a few Frequently Asked Questions...


Please use the email contact link below if you would like to nominate additional subject areas.
Q1: What is the draw down and fill schedule?
A1: 'WE' (ORPOA) do not control the water level. DCR does and their actions are actually governed by 'Orders of Condition' issued by the three Conservation Commissions towns which boarder the lake.
Draw down starts mid-October, typically the week-end after Columbus Day.
Draw down is normally completed by mid-to-late November at the lowest level supported by the dam.
The water level is held at the lowest level until January 1st at which time the level is allowed to rise one to two feet. The water level is then maintained at that level until the ice is substantially dissipated in the main body of the lake or until April 1st, whichever occurs first. The dam & gate valve are then closed to allow the lake to fill until full.
Q2: When are the ORPOA fireworks?
A2: Based on recent history, the fireworks are scheduled for the first weekend after the National Independence Day Celebration on July 4th.
Q3: When is ORPOA the annual meeting?
A3: Based on recent history, we try to hold the meeting on the weekend most closely related to the National Independence Day Celebration on July 4th. This seems to provide an opportunity to create the best attendance.
Q4: How do I become a member of ORPOA?
A4: Drop us a note at the email address below and we'll send you an application form. You may also join by signing up at the annual meeting. The exact dates for events will be published on the web site calendar as soon as available.

Effectively


Q5: How can I identify Invasive Non-native Aquatic Species in Massachusetts?

Faqar

Faqa


Faq Page Examples

Faqa

A5: https://www.mass.gov/files/documents/2016/08/qi/aquatic-species.pdf

Faqa

Faqac


Faqash

Coments are closed
Scroll to top