EVERMAN, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Everman ISD Superintendent Dr. Curtis Amos sent a letter to parents warning about scammers going door-to-door soliciting funds for computers.

The letter details how the group is claiming they’re in a partnership with the school district. When people open their doors, the scammers ask for credit card information. They also ask them to sign a contract and give a $200 donation with a charge of $100 per month for computers.

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The nefarious individuals falsely claim they’re PCA or Apollo A La Education employees.

Everman ISD hasn’t partnered with either company.

The letter stresses that the “district would never send people to homes requesting credit information or money for computers.”

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Anyone approached by the scammers is encouraged to call police.

 

 

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