Oct 6, 2015 5:02 PM
MANCHESTER - Eversource is now warning customers about possible scams, brought to you by NH1 News Investigates.
Eversource posted a press release on its website stating that scams continue to target people in the Granite State.
The scammers claim to be Eversource employees, calling customers to tell them if they do not pay their overdue bills immediately, their lights will be shut off.
"Eversource representatives never demand instant payment over the phone and don't require the use of pre-paid debit cards," the company said.
If you experience a call from someone claiming to be an Eversource representative hang-up and call the company's number listed on their website.
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