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Published: Thursday, July 11, 2019 @ 12:16 PM
By: Michael Crouchley
— Dayton Power and Light warned of possible scam calls directed at their customers threatening to cut off service.
Customers have reported receiving phone calls that appear to be from DP&L, indicating that electric service would be disconnected if the customer did not call back within an hour with payment, according to a press release.
The company reminded customer of three common scams, including:
If you receive a call you believe might be spam, hang up and call DP&L at 800-433-8500 before complying with any requests.
Scams may also use email, social media, phone calls or door-to-door visits.