Scammers are at it again! Utility and power customers around the country should be aware of telephone, mail, email, door-to-door and other in-person scams that involve criminals posing as utility company representatives and demanding immediate payment or personal information. You can protect yourself with these tips from Utilities United Against Scams and be vigilant against those attempting to impersonate your utility.
Common Scams and Signs
What to Do
APG&E will never call or email you to request some type of gift card purchase, credit card payment, or ask for your personal information. We will never call customers and threaten to terminate your service should you refuse any of these types of requests either. If you believe that you have been contacted by a criminal impersonating an electric company representative, or someone claiming to contact you on behalf of APG&E to request immediate payment for any services while on the phone or in person, you should: