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  • Beware of Utility Scams

    Beware of Utility Scams

    Scammers often target utility customers, and they are constantly evolving their phone, in-person, and online tactics. They often pose as El Paso Electric Company employees, and threaten customers by telling them that services would be disconnected or shut off if they fail to make an immediate payment — typically using a prepaid card or other non-traceable form of payment.

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