New cash scam that hit Nashua, NH involves cranking up your car
Spread the word with your friends and family, especially the younger ones, about this brand new scam that just popped up in Nashua earlier this week. Considering the result, I hope it’s over, but it’s still worth watching out for.
According to a Facebook post from a mother in Granite State, a brand new scam popped up on Spit Brook Rd in Nashua a few days ago. It involves starting cars and trying to get money in return.
Leaving a kickboxing class at the TITLE Boxing Club (the location at Daniel Webster Crossings, according to the mom), the teenager returned to her car to find a boot on the front tire on the driver’s side, with a note on her bumper. Breeze claiming a company called New England Parking Solutions started the car for “disobeying signs posted within property lines”.
Shortly after Mom’s Facebook post, another Facebook post about the same company emerged, this time from a woman who identified herself as a brand new employee at the same company.
“I was looking for a second part-time job and I see this under the table at the parking monitor station. So I start my first day with 2 other people in a parking lot at exit 1 … find out that we are actually putting BOOTS on cars. That this guy signed a contract with a manager of the place. This guy puts up 2 signs that you can barely see and spray paint numbers on the parking spots … place don’t even know it. He tells us to look where to park. Let them in and wait for them to exit. Tell them it’s 200 cash to remove the trunk or have it towed! “
The post goes on to mention that at one point the managers of the plaza stores appeared outside and called the cops, who informed everyone in the area an hour later than the “guy” in. question is a crook and that his papers are false. The incident was corroborated by the Lowell Police Department.
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