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ORANGEVILLE HYDRO WARNS CUSTOMERS ABOUT PHONE SCAM
Orangeville Hydro is warning customers of a “threatening” phone scam from people claiming to be from the company’s billing and collection department. The phone calls have the name “Orangeville Hydro” appear on the call display of the telephones of the people targeted.
The “threatening phone call” is telling customers to immediately pay their electricity bills. The customer is instructed they have one hour to pay or they will be disconnected immediately. They are instructed to go to a specified location in town and purchase a pay pack to pay the bill. The caller then asks the customers to call a number that connects them to a false hydro billing department. In one known instance the perpetrators entered the business and requested payment.
Orangeville Hydro does not carry out collection activities in this manner. We always provide customers with their account details and offer multiple payment options and we advise that customers should never provide any personal information to unknown people over the phone, including their Orangeville Hydro account number.
Customers who believe they may be victims of a fraud or theft are asked to report the incident to the police.
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