DOUGLAS COUNTY Power company warns of scam Pacific Power is warning its customers about a phone scam in which callers posing as company representatives try to get money and personal information. Company officials said Tuesday scammers claiming to be customer service representatives tell potential victims that they have not paid for service and are in jeopardy of being disconnected. The scam caller asks the customer to make a payment either on the phone, by calling a special number or purchasing a card and calling back with the code. Legitimate company representatives will always have a customer’s account number when they …
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