Bay County Sheriff’s deputies are warning residents about a scam in which a phony post office website charges a fee for address changes.
On Monday, deputies say they were alerted to the scam, after receiving complaints from two local victims. They say they were told to change their address with the U.S. Postal Service via an online website.
But, authorities say after using the website, not only were their addresses not changed, the victims paid a 40 dollar fee for the non-service.