SAN ANGELO — AEP Texas has received reports from San Angelo electric customers about scammers in the area, according to a press release.
People are receiving threats from the scammers about disconnecting their service if a payment to them isn’t made immediately. There have also been reports about people going door-to-door, asking to read electricity meters and then asking for payments for an offer for AEP power, the release states.
The news release stresses that AEP Texas will not demand an immediate payment or insist a payment be made with a credit card or payment card. AEP Texas also does not offer special prices for electricity…
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