Energy bills can be confusing for consumers, especially in places where utility service areas cross state lines. And increasing utility costs can be tough for Arkansans living on fixed incomes.
On Saturday, April 18th, AARP DC co-sponsors Horizons 2015: Uniting Energy Technology and Consumers, at the University of the District of Columbia Law School, 4340 Connecticut Avenue NW Washington, D.C. from 9:00 AM-4:00 PM.
The Michigan Public Service Commission is warning consumers of a telephone scam that demands people immediately pay energy bills using prepaid credit cards.Consumers should never give out personal information, including financial account numbers or social security numbers, over the phone or internet to someone they do not know.
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