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Beware of scams
Scammers continue to target everyone, regardless of age, gender, education or income level. Scams can cost people a lot of money and cause a great deal of distress.
The Okeechobee County Sheriff’s Office has received numerous complaints of possible scammers in Okeechobee County.
Follow these golden rules to help protect yourself and your family from scams.
If it looks too good to be true—it probably is.
Use your common sense: the offer may be a scam.
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The Okeechobee County Sheriff’s Office has been receiving an increased number of frauds and scams. Learn how to protect yourself from scams and frauds.
This questionnaire assists Okeechobee County in gathering information related to your non-profit organization. Okeechobee County will evaluate the information submitted to determine the non-profit group which in the best interest of the County meets the needs of obtaining surplus Real Property for the use of low income housing or other related non-profit activities.
County residents may contact the following person with questions or complaints regarding illegal housing discrimination (not loan foreclosures): Robbie Chartier, County Administrator (863)763-6441 extension 1.
For discrimination issues in employment or handicap accessibility relating to the Board of County Commissioners, contact Mariah Anuez, HR Administrator, (863) 763-9312 extension 3.
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