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Members of New Hampshire Electric Co-op (NHEC) have reported
receiving phone calls recently demanding immediate payment to avoid
disconnection of electric service. THIS IS A SCAM! SCAMMER MAY ASK
FOR WIRE TRANSFER OR CREDIT CARD. DO NOT PROVIDE ANY INFORMATION!
HANG UP IMMEDIATELY!
*NHEC does not call members threatening immediate disconnection nor
to demand immediate payment
*NHEC sends a written notice at least 14 days in advance to warn of
a disconnection if an account is delinquent
*NHEC does not perform disconnections on weekends, holidays or after
3:30 p.m. on weekdays
*Caller ID may be “spoofed” to show NHEC’s phone number
*If you are unsure about the identity of the caller, hang up and
call NHEC at 1-800-698-2007
*Please report any scam calls to your local police department using
a non-emergency number
VP of Business & Government Relations
New Hampshire Electric Cooperative
579 Tenney Mtn. Highway
Plymouth, NH 03264
Epsom’s Police Department
Office of the Sheriff
The Merrimack County Sheriff’s
Office would like to make a press release in reference to a phone
scam. The Merrimack
County Sheriff’s Office has received several complaints from
citizens receiving phone calls from people identifying themselves as
Deputy Sheriff’s from the Merrimack County Sheriff’s Office.
The citizens are then being told that they either have
warrants and in some cases fines for missing court dates.
They are then being instructed to purchase pay pal cards and
paying for their fines over the phone.
This is a scam!!! The Merrimack
County Sheriff’s Office does not conduct business this way.
If you should receive one of these phone calls you should
hang up and call your local Police department or the Merrimack
County Sheriff’s Office to verify if you do actually have an open
If you should receive one of these
phone calls you should report this to the Consumer Protection Bureau
at the Attorney General’s Office (603) 271-3641.
Do not give these people any money over the phone.
These people will try to intimidate you to get you to pay
them money. One citizen
has reported that the person on the other end of the line did
threaten to do bodily harm to him and his family after payment was
refused. Again, this is
a scam and nobody receiving a phone call of this nature should give
any type of a monetary payment over the phone.
Captain Todd Corey
Asst. Director of Operations
Merrimack County Sheriff’s Office
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