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Post by Bruce,

9732004030 Your instincts are correct - It is probably a scam - Call your utility company at the number on your bill and tell them you have been receiving calls and not to let anyone but YOU change any account details -Beware of Utility Company ScamsAs temperatures drop, watch out for these seasonal hoaxesby Sid Kirchheimer, AARP, February , The Supplier SwitchHave you been told you qualify for a to percent discount on your utility bill if you'll provide your customer account number? Before accepting the offer, know that the likely switch will simply take you to a different energy supplier - (After all, your current supplier already has your account number -)In many states, customers can switch their electricity or natural gas suppliers - It's possible to compare rates and terms of state-vetted suppliers on the website of your state Public Utility Commission (PUC) - But beware: Some suppliers employ telemarketers and door-to-door salesmen to recruit new customers with promises of lower rates for switching - But after a brief introductory period, rates may suddenly skyrocket — and you find yourself locked in a long-term contract with high cancellation fees - Attorney general offices in several states have sued energy suppliers for such bait-and-switch practices -In some instances, you may be asked only for your name, address and utility account number — not a credit card - But with that information in hand, the new supplier can switch your power service provider, either with your blessing or by "slamming," the illegal practice of switching customers to another provider without their consent - Your best bet: If you're interested in switching energy suppliers, avoid unsolicited offers and instead compare your options at your state's PUC website -"www -aarp -org money scams-fraud info- - - cams -print -html

Post by Rufus,

973-200-4030 "What good is the Government do not call list if I still get these junk calls"Gov doesn't give a shyte if you get hounded - They are probably doing it - -If you don't recognize the number DON'T PICK UPNo message? No problem -

Post by Emily,

9732004030 Called twice in last week; no message - Called back, goes straight to a recording claiming they are "Premier Energy Group" -- I have no affiliation with them -

Post by Guest,

973-200-4030 Called twice and no voicemail

Post by Bruce,

9732004030 To get them to stop calling, go to your cell account online and BLOCK the number Most providers offer this option - T Moblie does - If your provider doesn't, tell them to START DOING SO or you will SWITCH to a friendlier provider that doesn't expect you to have your ears raped with these calls day in and out -P -S - No message?  DON'T CALL BACK, it can cause long distance charges you won't be made aware of until your next bill -

Post by NSA,

973-200-4030 NSA to Americans: "We don't care who bothers you - That is your problem - If you don't like it move to Russia with Ed Snowden"THAT is what they might as well be saying - I'm glad Obama is on the way OUT - He has passed more legislation attacking your Constitutional rights than any other president -GET THIS BENEDICT ARNOLD OUT -

Post by NSA,

9732004030 NSA to Americans: "We don't care who bothers you - That is your problem - If you don't like it move to Russia with Ed Snowden"THAT is what they might as well be saying - I'm glad Obama is on the way OUT - He has passed more legislation attacking your Constitutional rights than any other president -GET THIS BENEDICT ARNOLD OUT -

Post by Bruce,

973-200-4030 To get them to stop calling, go to your cell account online and BLOCK the number Most providers offer this option - T Moblie does - If your provider doesn't, tell them to START DOING SO or you will SWITCH to a friendlier provider that doesn't expect you to have your ears raped with these calls day in and out -P -S - No message?  DON'T CALL BACK, it can cause long distance charges you won't be made aware of until your next bill -

Post by Bruce,

9732004030 Your instincts are correct - It is probably a scam - Call your utility company at the number on your bill and tell them you have been receiving calls and not to let anyone but YOU change any account details -Beware of Utility Company ScamsAs temperatures drop, watch out for these seasonal hoaxesby Sid Kirchheimer, AARP, February , The Supplier SwitchHave you been told you qualify for a to percent discount on your utility bill if you'll provide your customer account number? Before accepting the offer, know that the likely switch will simply take you to a different energy supplier - (After all, your current supplier already has your account number -)In many states, customers can switch their electricity or natural gas suppliers - It's possible to compare rates and terms of state-vetted suppliers on the website of your state Public Utility Commission (PUC) - But beware: Some suppliers employ telemarketers and door-to-door salesmen to recruit new customers with promises of lower rates for switching - But after a brief introductory period, rates may suddenly skyrocket — and you find yourself locked in a long-term contract with high cancellation fees - Attorney general offices in several states have sued energy suppliers for such bait-and-switch practices -In some instances, you may be asked only for your name, address and utility account number — not a credit card - But with that information in hand, the new supplier can switch your power service provider, either with your blessing or by "slamming," the illegal practice of switching customers to another provider without their consent - Your best bet: If you're interested in switching energy suppliers, avoid unsolicited offers and instead compare your options at your state's PUC website -"www -aarp -org money scams-fraud info- - - cams -print -html

Post by meglyn15,

973-200-4030 second call-no message

Post by Guest,

9732004030 Called a few times, no messages left

Post by Guest,

973-200-4030 These people are calling the wrong person and are very rude -

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