I just recieved a phone call from Police Protection at 615-383-4260 and the person conducting the call asked if I would be interested in donating to the funds of the fallen officers families. I could either do a check by phone or charge it to a credit card. I told the gentleman very nicely that we can't afford to donate right now and he stated "Are that heartless that you can't donate $.50 and I said no, would you like to pay my bills for a month and then you would understand whi I can't afford to donate. He told me I was cold hearted and hung up. I don't feel I am cold hearted. Is it normal for a police organization call and request money and have the funds secured by check by phone or credit card. Or am I just reading to much into it with all the scams going on?
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