April has seen an increase in attempts to scam electric co-op members. Two recent incidents involved individuals claiming to work for electric cooperatives. Using that trust, the thieves then stole money and property from the members.
Electric co-ops remind members that their employees or contractors will always have identification, drive marked vehicles and will never ask members for private information.
Co-op members are encouraged to contact their local co-op if they notice any suspicious activity or if they wish to confirm the identity of anyone claiming to be a representative of their electric co-op.
http://www.tnelectric.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/lineman.jpg300400Trent Scotthttp://www.tnelectric.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/TECA-logo-full.pngTrent Scott2013-04-23 15:44:582013-04-23 15:44:58Scams hit co-op members