Wisbech residents warned about potential double glazed windows scam

PUBLISHED: 15:36 12 October 2017 | UPDATED: 15:36 12 October 2017

Wisbech residents warned about potential double glazed windows scam

Wisbech residents warned about potential double glazed windows scam

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Residents in Wisbech are being warned about a potential scam relating to double glazed windows

A spokesman for Fenland District Council said: “We have been made aware that some residents in Wisbech are receiving leaflets through their doors stating that unless they upgrade their double glazing windows to ‘A’ rating before April 2018, they will be penalised in their Council Tax bills next year.

“These leaflets are nothing to do with FDC and having double glazing (or not) has no bearing on Council Tax bills.”

Visit http://www.fenland.gov.uk/article/12767/Warning---Potential-Scam for more information about the warning.

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