Kane In Your Corner: Scammers pretending to be utility company cost woman nearly $14,000

News 12’s Walt Kane breaks down the scam and how you can protect yourself.

Walt Kane

Sep 14, 2023, 10:27 AM

Updated 314 days ago

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What would you do if you got a message saying your power was going to be turned off? It could be a scam -- and it cost one woman almost $14,000.
News 12’s senior investigative reporter Walt Kane breaks down the scam and how you can protect yourself.
The FTC offers a variety of advice on how to spot and report scams, including gift card scams. For more information, visit consumer.ftc.gov.


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