Utility Phone Scam Alert

Oct 18, 2017

Phone scammers posing as your utility provider call and insist you are delinquent on your bill. They may also
threaten to turn off your power, rig caller ID to make it look like the call is from your utility provider or tell you
to put the money on a prepaid debit card and ask for the card number.

Don’t believe it!

DO NOT pay over the phone if immediate payment is demanded to avoid a disconnection. Here's what to do if the call seems suspicious:

1. HANG UP.

2. CALL YOUR UTILITY PROVIDER AT THE PHONE NUMBER LISTED ON YOUR BILL.

3. CALL THE POLICE.

 

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