Chamber Weekly Update – October 23, 2020

“Keeping Dollars in Duncanville”

“Keeping Dollars in Duncanville”

Please continue to support your local restaurants and businesses. They appreciate your support and for helping them get through these crazy Covid-19 times. They still need our help as they continue to rebuild their business.

Choose what makes you comfortable and either dine in, use delivery, takeout or curbside pickup.

And as always be kind and respect everyone’s choice. Wear your mask and stay safe.

“We are in the same waters but not the same boat.”

We will all get through this “together”!

Be sure to check out the latest updates on the website

Here are the Winners

Located in Duncanville, Duncanville Auto Sales is a pre-owned, late model dealer that provides customers with a complete automotive experience at competitive prices.

Duncanville Auto Sales is dedicated to customer satisfaction and we have provided you with a map, as well as our address and phone number to help you find us easily.

We have Buy Here Pay Here financing options, we’ll get you approved! Se Habla Espanol!

Come by today and test drive the car of your choice.

Visit the Duncanville Auto Sales website

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Saturday, November 21st
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Special Thanks to Costco!
For Helping Students That Needed Backpacks at Daniel Intermediate School


Alex Hamb, Public Information Officer
203 East Wheatland Road Duncanville, Texas 75116
(972) 780-5043

Officer Doug Sisk
Duncanville Police Department
(972) 780 – 5027

Duncanville Police Department Issues Scams Warning

Duncanville, TX – October 21, 2020 – The Duncanville Police Department is alerting residents to remain vigilant of scams.

The Duncanville Police Department has received reports of a phone and letter scam, which presents itself as coming from Publishers Clearing House. The scam starts with a call or letter saying you’ve won, but to collect the prize you are required to send money by Western Union, MoneyGram, or a reloadable gift card.

Another way this scam attempts to steal your money is with a realistic-looking fake check, which residents may receive in their mail. Recipients are told that in order to claim the prize the check needs to be deposited and some of the money sent back for expenses. The check is fraudulent, and victims will be on the hook for the money they sent.

Still other scams try to lure in potential victims through text message or robocalls that prey on fears related to COVID-19, taxes or the threat of arrest by federal agents. Don’t fall for any of these scams.

Bad actors can create convincing robocalls, text messages, emails and mail. Scams are designed to bypass your judgment by using temptation or fear. There are many scams out there with new ones created almost daily. But by being cautious, not responding to calls or texts from unknown numbers, never sharing personal or financial information, and never clicking suspicious links in texts or emails, you can avoid
becoming the victim of a scam.

The Duncanville Police Department is available to assist.
Call (972) 223-6111 ext. 3, to report a suspected scam or if you’ve
become the victim of one.

Duncanville Police Warn Citizens about Scams