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We have been robbed.
The similarities seem to point to a skimming device at the Gulf at exit 11.
Alison Grote Flint:
You mean your credit cards? I hope you don’t mean your house. (7 hours ago)Charles J Conway:
That place gets hit all the time with skimmers.
Sorry dave 4 (7 hours ago)Angela Hall:
Makes you wonder if it’s actually employees 🤔 5 (7 hours ago)Tom Londry:
Join the crowd, we were also hit and from what I’ve been informed of there was quite a few of us! 😡 Merry Christmas 🎄 I’m sure it was at the Gulf station. Check your bank accounts! (7 hours ago)Kayla Allgayer:
Claus Allgayer (7 hours ago)Steve Larson:
Did you report it to the gas station? The Merrimack Police.
Use a credit card and not an ATM card so you are protected. 1 (7 hours ago)David Miner:
I will report it to the PD. 1 (7 hours ago)Justin Bonenfant:
Michael Hildreth (7 hours ago)Erin Retherford Naro:
Sarah liter 2 hours ago. This is why I NEVER go there (5 hours ago)Anita McQuinn:
I got hit at AL Prime back in the spring. (5 hours ago)Nancy Bennett:
Police only take a report. Said its happening all over (5 hours ago)Jodi Barkley:
This skimming crap is so out of control here. There has to be something that can be done 2 (4 hours ago)Kelli Leavitt:
Can you please just close this gas station down? Every other day this is happening to some onr. I'm very sorry it happened to you 😔 1 (4 hours ago)Susan Rudinsky:
They got me there too.
Now, at any station I use, I pay cash. 1 (4 hours ago)Carrol Ryan:
My vehicle can take 24 gallons, that’s $60 to fill. I don’t carry that amount of cash on me all the time. I use the AL Prime all the time, no incidents. I tug on the card slot and look for devices, I also use a credit card.....never my debit card. Teens have to use their debit cause they don’t have credit yet. It’s getting out of control. 2 (4 hours ago)Diana Deharo Castine:
Kayleigh Nicholas (4 hours ago)April M Thorsen:
My friend lost 2500 but the bank was able to reimburse it. I would definitely pay inside. I worked at gas stations for over 4 years just the inconvenience of the 100 or more hold on my account would deter me from swiping outside. 1 (4 hours ago)Peggy Kelly:
My credit card was compromised twice in two months. Doesn’t have to be a debit card to be compromised. Bank caught it twice because they tried to charge 500 dollars on it twice at a gas station out west. I also believe it happened at the gulf station. 1 (4 hours ago)Tina Cumm Gray:
My god this is like the 4th time. (3 hours ago)Michelle Renaud:
Jay (3 hours ago)Taylier Ashwell:
Yup, I was just there last Friday and Monday my entire bank account was wiped out..... my husband tells me all the time to go in and pay, and the ONE time I decide against it due to a sleeping baby in the backseat, I regret it!!! (3 hours ago)Bruce Nowell:
Is there any way to hold the gas station operators accountable? I would assume that if they could be financially accountable, that they would double, triple check their pumps to make sure that they hadn't been modified. (2 hours ago)Taylier Ashwell:
Skimmers are also handheld devices, all people need to do is walk by you and they have all your card info 😑 (1 hour ago)Irina Ikenberry Elliott:
Ugh my husband uses his debit card everywhere (Gulf often but also all over Nashua), and his was stolen twice in the last two months! They took $500 out in Lawrence MA and then this week $400 in Walpole MA. 😡 we are lucky our account has enough balance to cover the bills. (1 hour ago)Jayme Marie Koehler:
This happened to us on the 12th , they were able to recreate our card and use it at an atm in Nashua. There were 6 other similar reports on the same day according to police... 1 (1 hour ago)
My son was woken around midnight last night to the doorbell being rung. We did not answer, as we were not expecting company (especially at that time of night). There were footprints in the snow surrounding the house this morning as if someone was having a "look around".
Just a heads up.
Next time, we will be calling police!!!
Should have called 6 (1 day ago)Matt Fair:
I would have let my dogs out on em. 5 (1 day ago)Nicole Coley Garvin:
What area was this in? (1 day ago)Dennis Ruppel:
You should definitely call the police and let them know 4 (1 day ago)Sam Lynn:
Are you near west chamberlain? Last weekend we had a man walking threw our back yard. Down the hill and by my neighbors cars and shed. God bless that man he must not be from around here as I have 2 100 pound security dogs and a gun😂😅 2 (1 day ago)Colleen Hart:
Following 2 (1 day ago)Dorothy Dare Laneader:
I really dont want to put the address out in a public forum. I just wanted to alert people to be aware 7 (1 day ago)Kathy Komar:
Glad you guys were ok 1 (1 day ago)Cory Fitzpatrick:
Scary Julie Viveiros 1 (1 day ago)Leah Benson Pfeifer:
That is scary. (1 day ago)Don Greenwood:
You should call and report it anyway. There have been too many break-ins in the area as it is. 2 (1 day ago)Chad A Pooler:
This is why home defense is important. You may not have time to call the police 6 (1 day ago)Colleen Hart:
I would let the police know, that way they can do regular drive bys. 5 (1 day ago)Keith Cox:
I got mocked for saying this when the cars were getting broken into but our homes are next. The trash is too close 7 (1 day ago)Craig Belhumeur:
Motion lights cameras guns and dogs. All deter dirtbags 9 (1 day ago)Kimberly Raymond:
That’s very scary! I’m glad you guys are okay. Definitely call the police even if nothing happened. 1 (1 day ago)Maria Tetley:
I used to live in the residences at daniel webster and I had footprints in the snow going directly to my bedroom window. I thought about getting a trail cam 1 (1 day ago)Don Greenwood:
I would call the cops if you're not safe because chances are they are coming back. 1 (1 day ago)Joanna Sonia:
He rang your doorbell first??? Was he trying to get your attention about something? (1 day ago)Dorothy Dare Laneader:
This happened once several years ago too, only that time the guy was being chased by the police...We didn't answer the door until the police came knocking that time... (1 day ago)Megan Harvey:
We had this happen last summer. My daughter (and her friend) woke up to it and didn't tell us about it until the next day. (1 day ago)Craig Belhumeur:
Possibly just kids spying in windows ringing and running 1 (1 day ago)Patti Schippani:
doorbell rings at midnight and you have no idea why? Why wouldn't you call the police anyway? I had a neighborhood watch meeting at my house a few years ago after my next door neighbor was robbed badly. they told us to ALWAYS call the police anytime if something is weird. They never mind going to a weird call. To me that would qualify. Might be nothing, but had I called th police the day I heard my neighbors dogs barking like banshees, maybe they wouldn't have gotten cleaned out. I still kick my own @$$ over that. 6 (1 day ago)Dennis Ruppel:
The Merrimack Police Department is great and very responsive 5 (1 day ago)John Spitz:
This is exactly why I have my house lined with motion sensing lights on all sides. And even battery powered ones too, in case someone thinks they can get away with it during a power outage. 2 (1 day ago)
My daughter found a wallet in the Shaw’s parking lot off continental blvd. Anyone know Sandra Smith? If so her wallet is being brought to the Merrimack PD
They'll be able to get it back to her (2 hours ago)John Bernazzani:
If it had cash in it. Then yea that’s me 1 (2 hours ago)Bruce Nowell:
John Bernazzani this is why I never tell people want I found, merely ask if they lost something. (1 hour ago)Tinique Lenderman:
I was hoping somebody on here might know her so they could let her know. I can imagine how stressful it is this time of year to lose a wallet. (1 hour ago)Bruce Nowell:
stressful anytime of year. 1 (1 hour ago)