Friday, September 27, 2013

JCPB Scam
Johnson City Power Board has sent notice to its customers of a scam. According to the power board a woman called to let them know she received a phone call from someone claiming to be a power board employee and told her that she was at risk of having her service disconnected if she did not make an immediate payment to the person. The power board says if there is ever a reason to question the identity of someone claiming to be a representative of the power board use caution. Ask the person to give their name, department, and phone number, and then feel free to call JCPB customer service to validate the information. (CC)

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