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HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) -

Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane is warning consumers of a potential energy scam.

Agents have received complaints of people pretending, either in person or on the phone, to be employees of PPL or Duquesne Light.

The agents are offering a new low-rate energy product that actually raises consumers' rates.

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