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Important message from An Garda Síochána Crime Prevention Unit


Important message from An Garda Síochána Crime Prevention Unit

Gardaí are receiving an ever increasing number of complaints in relation to fraudulent and illegal scams. The scams can come in the form of texts, emails, telephone calls to your mobile or landline or even through social media. They can be difficult to spot as the correspondence claims to come from a reputable organisation such as your bank, card issuer or even a government department such as Revenue. The message can appear within a genuine thread of text messages that you may have received from a legitimate organisation.

Anyone can fall victim to these scams, however Gardaí are asking the public to make vulnerable persons aware of them. The worldwide nature of these scams which are designed to steal money from unsuspecting parties means that they are particularly difficult to investigate.

How to avoid becoming a victim:

• Be suspicious of text messages received out of the blue that claim to come from a reputable organisation, such as a bank or credit/debit card issuer.

• Be cautious of text messages that prompt you to call a phone number or visit a website to resolve an issue or verify your details urgently.

• Do not respond to text messages that request personal information, such as your bank account details, without first independently verifying that they are from a genuine source.

• Never reply to text messages that request your PIN, online banking password, or any other password.

• Be wary about calling any phone number, or clicking on any link, that is embedded within a text message.

• Examples of recent fraudulent messages that have been received are purporting to be from Revenue, Amazon, Various couriers/delivery companies, financial institutions, Covid-19 related among others

Gardaí would ask that we all look out for more vulnerable persons with regards to these scams

Remember never click on unknown links or divulge personal information over the phone

Important message from An Garda Síochána Crime Prevention Unit


Important message from An Garda Síochána Crime Prevention Unit

Gardaí are receiving an ever increasing number of complaints in relation to fraudulent and illegal scams. The scams can come in the form of texts, emails, telephone calls to your mobile or landline or even through social media. They can be difficult to spot as the correspondence claims to come from a reputable organisation such as your bank, card issuer or even a government department such as Revenue. The message can appear within a genuine thread of text messages that you may have received from a legitimate organisation.

Anyone can fall victim to these scams, however Gardaí are asking the public to make vulnerable persons aware of them. The worldwide nature of these scams which are designed to steal money from unsuspecting parties means that they are particularly difficult to investigate.

How to avoid becoming a victim:

• Be suspicious of text messages received out of the blue that claim to come from a reputable organisation, such as a bank or credit/debit card issuer.

• Be cautious of text messages that prompt you to call a phone number or visit a website to resolve an issue or verify your details urgently.

• Do not respond to text messages that request personal information, such as your bank account details, without first independently verifying that they are from a genuine source.

• Never reply to text messages that request your PIN, online banking password, or any other password.

• Be wary about calling any phone number, or clicking on any link, that is embedded within a text message.

• Examples of recent fraudulent messages that have been received are purporting to be from Revenue, Amazon, Various couriers/delivery companies, financial institutions, Covid-19 related among others

Gardaí would ask that we all look out for more vulnerable persons with regards to these scams

Remember never click on unknown links or divulge personal information over the phone

Confirmation DATES 2021


St. Brigids Boys N.S. Saturday 10th July at 11:00am in Parish Church
Ballinkillen N.S. Saturday 10th July at 11:00am in Ballinkillen Church
Newtown Dunleckney N.S. Sunday 11th July at 11:00am in Newtown Church
Nurney N.S. Saturday 17th July at 11:00am in Newtown Church
Queen of the Universe N.S. Saturday 17th July at 11:00am in Parish Church

First Holy Communion DATES 2021


St. Brigids Boys N.S. Saturday 10th July at 1:00pm in Parish Church
Ballinkillen N.S. Saturday 10th July at 12:30pm in Ballinkillen Church
Newtown Dunleckney N.S. Sunday 11th July at 1:00pm in Newtown Church
Queen of the Universe Girls N.S. Saturday 17th July at 1:00pm in Parish Church

Masses Resume as usual


Masses will resume as normal from
MONDAY 10th MAY
MASS TIMES
St. Andrew’s Parish Church
Saturday at 6:00pm
Sunday at 8:00am, 11:30am & 7:30pm
Weekday Masses Monday – Saturday 10:00am
All Masses in Parish Church may be viewed via [...]

HOLY WEEK 2021


Holy Thursday
6:00pm [...]

Lockdown Level 5


Lockdown Level 5
Our churches are back CLOSED again and we areback online for Mass.
Mass from Parish Church may be viewed via Live Webcam
Mass on Parish Radio 106.9
Mass each morning [...]

Christmas Masses 2020


Our Christmas will be a little different this year due to COVID19. The Sunday obligation remains suspended and no one should feel forced to attend Mass if they feel unsure of the risk involved for them or for others. There are Extra Masses on Christmas Eve to try accommodate all wishing to attend Mass this [...]

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