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SDG&E Warns Customers About SDG&E Imposter

Below is a notice from SDG&E about a very active scam with people posing as SDG&E workers and luring people out of their homes so that a partner in crime can go in the house and steal items.  A letter from SDG&E: We have seen a surge recently in scams where individuals are posing as SDG&E. Please help us share the messages about how customers can recognize the signs of these scams and protect themselves. Here are some tips to help customers identify a SDG&E employee: • Make sure that everyone in question is wearing a SDG&E-marked uniform. • Ask any SDG&E employee to display a company identification card. • Ensure that they have arrived in a SDG&E-marked company vehicle. • Never leave the house if asked; SDG&E does not ask customers to leave your house unattended. • Note: SDG&E often hires contractors to complete smart meter work or provide information on energy efficiency programs; however contractors will never ask customers to leave their home for any reason and also carry proper identification. • If you have not called to request service or are not expecting a visit from SDG&E, please make sure proper identification is requested. If you are suspicious, please call SDG&E at 800-411-7343 to ensure that work is currently being conducted in your area  – See more...

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