Don't fall for utility scam

Bloomberg Businessweek reports that scamsters have been targeting small business owners. Here's how the scam works: They claim you're late paying your utility bill and if you don't settle up immediately by credit card or wiring funds, your power will be cut. You should proceed with caution: If approached, contact your local utility immediately to verify these people.

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