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Copley Circle Brick Program

The Copley Heritage Day Committee sold bricks during the Millennium as a fundraiser for Heritage Days.  The bricks are now in the walls of the announcement signs that are erected in Copley Circle.

The Township Trustees plan to continue the sale of bricks.  This program will compliment the brick walls.  The bricks sold now will align the walkways to the walls.

Your inscription is limited to three (3) lines and 20 characters per line.  Character count includes spaces between words.  Cost per brick is $25.00.

Please make checks payable to Copley Township.

Please complete the form below and mail with check or money order to:

Copley Township Brick Program
1540 S Cleveland-Massillon Road
Copley, Ohio 44321

Click here for Brick Order Form

 

Safe Drinking Water

Come to a FREE event hosted by Summit County Public Health to learn how your community provides you with safe drinking water.

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Gas Station Credit Card "Skimmer" Scams

Sherri Bevan Walsh - Prosecuting Attorney
County of Summit
May 20, 2016
ALERT!

Credit Card "skimmer" scams have been hitting this area hard. You may have filled up at your local gas station without noticing a thing, but scammers may have attached a skimmer to the card reader.  These devices 'skim' your card's information off the magnetic strip.  Once the card is run through the skimmer, the data is recorded, the crooks can sell the information on the internet, at which point counterfeit cards are made.  The criminals go on spending sprees with a cloned copy of the credit or debit card. 

Oftentimes, the crooks have also set up a camera nearby.  The camera captures the user typing their card PIN into an ATM machine.  With your PIN and skimmed information, scammers can access and withdraw money from your account.

To protect yourself from an ATM skimmer:

*  Use ATM's at banks whenever possible, rather than standalone machines;
*  Protect your PIN. Place your hand over the keypad when entering your number;
*  Look for signs of skimmers.  Tape is often used to attach skimming devices; if something looks odd, wiggle it to make sure it doesn't   come loose;
*  Don't accept "help" from someone other than a bank employee to use teh ATM machine, decline and leave;
*  Be cautious of ATM failures;
*  Report any problems.  Only call a number you know is real, such as the one on the back of your card.  Don't call a number posted next to the ATM as it could be part of the scam.

If you have been a victim of credit card skimming contact your local authorities and file a police report.  Contact your bank or credit card issuer immediately and tell them your card data has been stolen.  If you report quickly, federal law caps your liability at $50.

Stay Safe,

Sherri Bevan Walsh
Prosecuting Attorney

Low Cost Drinking Water Testing

Does your drinking water come from a well, cistern, spring, or hauled water storage tank?

Do you wonder if your water is safe to drink?

Kits are located at the Copley Town Hall, 1540 S Cleveland-Massillon Road between the hours of 8am - 4pm. 

SCPH

Sherri Bevan Walsh Alert! 5-20/2016

Sherri Bevan Walsh - Prosecuting Attorney
County of Summit
May 20, 2016
ALERT!

Credit Card "skimmer" scams have been hitting this area hard. You may have filled up at your local gas station without noticing a thing, but scammers may have attached a skimmer to the card reader.  These devices 'skim' your card's information off the magnetic strip.  Once the card is run through the skimmer, the data is recorded, the crooks can sell the information on the internet, at which point counterfeit cards are made.  The criminals go on spending sprees with a cloned copy of the credit or debit card. 

Oftentimes, the crooks have also set up a camera nearby.  The camera captures the user typing their card PIN into an ATM machine.  With your PIN and skimmed information, scammers can access and withdraw money from your account.

To protect yourself from an ATM skimmer:

*  Use ATM's at banks whenever possible, rather than standalone machines;
*  Protect your PIN. Place your hand over the keypad when entering your number;
*  Look for signs of skimmers.  Tape is often used to attach skimming devices; if something looks odd, wiggle it to make sure it doesn't   come loose;
*  Don't accept "help" from someone other than a bank employee to use teh ATM machine, decline and leave;
*  Be cautious of ATM failures;
*  Report any problems.  Only call a number you know is real, such as the one on the back of your card.  Don't call a number posted next to the ATM as it could be part of the scam.

If you have been a victim of credit card skimming contact your local authorities and file a police report.  Contact your bank or credit card issuer immediately and tell them your card data has been stolen.  If you report quickly, federal law caps your liability at $50.

Stay Safe,

Sherri Bevan Walsh
Prosecuting Attorney

 

 

 

 

 

 

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