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  • Stay Safe From Scammers

    ​Never let anyone come into your home to check electrical wiring, natural gas pipes, water pipes, or appliances unless you have scheduled an appointment or have reported a problem.

    Know the signs to

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Common Scams and Signs
By Phone
At Your Door
By E-mail
Threat to Disconnect Service Immediately
Request for Immediate Payment
Request to Purchase Prepaid Debit Card
In the News
November 15
Americans Must Protect Themselves from Impostor Utility Scams
November 15
Appalachian Power Continues to Educate Customers on Utility Scams
November 15
Scams on the Rise, Dominion Energy Helping Customers Fight Back
November 15
Minnesota Utilities Join Campaign to Protect Customers from Scammers
November 15
ENMAX and North American Utilities Join Forces to Warn Customers of Utility Scams
November 15
Eversource Urges Customers to Beware of Scams
November 15
FirstEnergy Continues Educating Customers on Scams and Fraud
November 15
KCP&L Observes Utility Scam Awareness Day; Warns Customers of Scammers
November 15
LG&E & KU Energy: Utility Companies Partner to Put an End to Scams
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Consumer's Guide to Impostor Utility Scams

​The Consumer’s Guide to Impostor Utility Scams is an educational guide that provides key information to consumers and community leaders on the types of impostor utility scams that are occurring across the country (phone, in-person, and internet), tips to avoid scams that individuals can use and share with their communities, and names and contact information for the entities and organizations that may be called upon in case someone becomes a victim of an impostor scam.​

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Resources
November 8
Top 10 Impostor Utility Scams
November 8
Tips to Avoid the Most Common Impostor Utility Scams
November 8
Reporting Impostor Utility Scams
November 8
General Tips to Avoid Impostor Utility Scams
October 30
UUAS Fact Sheet
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About
Utilities United Against Scams (UUAS) is a consortium of more than 100 U.S. and Canadian electric, water, and natural gas utilities (and their respective trade associations). UUAS is dedicated to combating impostor utility scams by providing a forum for utilities and trade associations to share data and best practices, in addition to working together to implement initiatives to inform and protect customers.
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