2013-09-14 / Editorials & Letters

Warnings for seniors

Editor:

Seniors be wary of anyone who professes over and over to be a good Christian and professes to go to church and help people, and then suggests you let them help you with your bills and money.

Be wary of anyone who regularly asks for a couple of dollars. Be wary of anyone who wants to help you or do something for you and then asks for some money.

Be wary of anyone who fixes you food and then asks for a couple dollars. Be particularly wary of anyone who suggests you will them your vehicle, household goods or personal belongings.

Be wary of anyone who says they are hungry and suggests you could eat part of the pizza or sub that they want you buy.

Be wary of anyone who asks you to put some money in their account so they can hold it for you until you want it.

Be wary of anyone who suggests you give them food items so they can fix you something to east and then ask you for a few dollars.

Be wary of anyone who constantly want you to ride with them to help someone in need.

Be wary of anyone who presents themselves as an angel of mercy.

Charles Starr
Millersport

Return to top