With the low temperatures driving up our utility usage scammers are coming up with new ways to cheat you out of money or get access to your bank information. Calling to say you're late on a payment for your gas or electric bill is a common approach fraudsters will take and in the pressure of the moment some victims will comply. Mary Bach with the AARP PA Consumer Issues Task Force shares red flags to look out for so you don't fall victim to a scam.
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