Trading Standards ‘scam alert’ warning issued
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A warning has been issued to householders, urging them to ignore any letters from a company purporting to be a trading association for the solar panel industry.
Suffolk Trading Standards issued a 'scam alert' after receiving reports of letters being sent to homeowners offering free checks on solar panel systems.
In a Twitter post, it said: 'Suffolk resident received letter from a company purporting to be a trading association for the solar panel industry, offering 'free solar health check'/servicing and indicates warranty is due to expire.
'This is false.
'Please report it to us via 03454 040506.'
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Trading standards said any further letters or details received in Suffolk should be reported to 03454 040506.
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