LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. (WHTM) — West Earl police are warning residents of a phone scam where callers claim to be from PP&L threatening to shut off electricity due to missed payments or that a refund will be sent out due to a previous overcharged.
PP&L warns people be wary regarding these scams and that they have received several calls themselves about it.
The company is now collecting information regarding these scam calls. PP&L recommends that any resident unsure how to handle the call, contact PP&L Residential Customers can call 1800-342-5775.
Residents can also check PP&L’s Fraud and Deceptive marketing page for more information.
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