Energy bill scams are becoming increasingly common. Scammers will use aggressive tactics, such as insisting your account is delinquent and threatening to shut off service immediately.
To raise scam awareness, Chris Peters, Entergy vice president and chief security officer, sat down with Monica Martinez, Utilities United Against Scams executive director, for a discussion on the Electric Perspectives podcast from Edison Electric Institute.
Entergy is proud to join Utilities United Against Scams to recognize the eighth annual Utility Scam Awareness Day on Wednesday, Nov. 15, during International Fraud Awareness Week.
Refresh your scam prevention knowledge so you can distinguish tricks from treats on Halloween – and all year round.
With losses to scams on the rise, we urge you to stay alert for criminals posing as Entergy representatives. While every scam is unique, you can boost your scam awareness with these tips.
No one is immune to scams – but thankfully, you can help protect your older relatives by following these simple tips.
Unfortunately, scammers continue to target Entergy customers – and they’re always searching for new ways to deceive you. Know what to look out for to protect yourself and your loved ones.
Utility imposter scammers constantly concoct new ways to steal your money, account credentials and other sensitive information. Arm yourself with these tips to bolster your scam awareness as we head into severe weather season.
Utility bill scammers disguise themselves as representatives of public utilities so they can steal your money or identity. With scams on the rise, commit to protecting yourself with these tips.