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Don't let this new phone scam pretending to be the power company turn off your lights this holiday season. If your utility company threatens to stop service unless a bill is immediately paid over the phone. Politely hang up and call the real company customer service number to find out if there is a real problem. Stay vigilant and it will be "lights out" for the scammers.

http://www.mychamplainvalley.com/news/phone-scam-alert-burlington-electric-and-green-mountain-power-warn-of-phone-scam/632173870
Burlington Electric and Green Mountain Power are warning customers about a phone scam going around.
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The IRS phone scam. Keep yourself from being tricked. Here are some tips to stay safe.

While it may seem obvious, here goes: Never, ever give out personal financial information — such as Social Security numbers or credit card and bank account numbers and passwords — to anyone who calls you claiming to be from the IRS.

To that point, the IRS reminds taxpayers that they can know quite easily when a supposed IRS caller is a fake. Here are five things the scammers often do but the IRS will never do. Any one of these five things is a telltale sign of a scam. The IRS will never:

1. Call to demand immediate payment, nor will it call about taxes owed without first having mailed you a bill.
2. Demand that you pay taxes without giving you the opportunity to question or appeal the amount they say you owe.
3. Require you to use a specific payment method for your taxes, such as a prepaid debit card.
4. Ask for credit- or debit-card numbers over the phone.
5. Threaten to bring in local police or other law-enforcement groups to have you arrested for not paying.
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Be careful of calls pretending to be from the IRS. The IRS will NEVER call you over the phone to ask for a payment. Just this week a scam based in Mumbai, India was shut down. The scammers were employing a fake call center with more than 70 employees and are believed to have defrauded US tax payers of more than $55 MILLION.

http://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2016/10/06/indian-police-bust-massive-operation-preyed-u-s-taxpayers-scam-irs-phone-calls/
Indian police announced least 70 arrests in connection with a massive telephone scam to cheat American taxpayers out of phony “back taxes.”
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Should missing jury duty cost you? Not over the phone. A new phone scam targets would-be jury duty delinquents with a big fine. But don't be fooled. http://koin.com/2016/11/28/jury-duty-phone-scam-hits-washington-county/
It happens frequently and seems to happen more often these days: the phone rings and an official-sounding voice claims to be a sheriff’s deputy and wants money to pay a bogus fine.
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As the presidential campaign season comes to its last stretch be on the lookup for phone scams targeting supporters and asking for last minute donations. Remember you should always be able to donate through a legitimate candidate or party website.

http://www.news9.com/story/33380251/okgop-warns-of-fundraising-phone-scam
The Oklahoma Republican Party received a report of an unsolicited number calling from Las Vegas, asking for "last minute donations" on behalf of the Trump Campaign.
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