Pensioner's warning over scam scratch card
ALERT pensioner Sidney Feasey is warning other elderly people to watch out for a scam scratch card.
The 87-year-old, who lives in Gloucester, received a personalised scratch card offering him the chance to win up to £8,100 in cash.
It encourages 'winners' to supply their details, including address and date of birth, to an address based in Belgium.
Mr Feasey, pictured, said: "I wasn't being taken in by this nonsense.
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"But other old people could be duped by it.
"They want you to give all your details and then goodness know what happens to it after then.
"You have to be so careful these days because these things are being sent out all the time."
Mr Feasey last year won his battle against a company who tried to take him to court over a necklace he never asked for. The Citizen challenged the firm and the case was dropped.