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Ohioans Targeted by Utility Bill Email Scam
Friday, January 24, 2014 - 14:19 Updated 1 year ago Special to HNN Provided by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine
In a typical variation of the scam, a consumer receives an email message claiming to be from PG&E, a west coast utility company, or another out-of-state utility company. The message often claims the consumer owes $344 or $559 and it may contain a link to view the consumer’s account or most recent statement. Consumers should not click on these links.
More details, including how consumers can protect themselves, can be found here: http://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/OHAG/bulletins/a15dd3?reqfrom=share
PG&E also issued a warning: http://www.pgecurrents.com/2014/01/08/pge-warns-of-scam-emails-calls/