IMPORTANT NOTICE - SCAM ALERT
Amigo Energy is warning customers of an ongoing scam. Fraudulent callers, claiming to be Amigo Energy employees, are contacting customers claiming their account is delinquent and facing disconnection unless immediate payment is made via a prepaid cash card, such as Green Dot.
To add credibility to the con, the callers often use spoofing technology that enables caller ID to display the name and number of the energy company. All customers should be on guard against these deceptive acts.
- Remember that anyone who has the number on a Green Dot card has access to the funds on the card.
- While Amigo Energy may contact customers regarding an outstanding balance, Amigo Energy will never demand immediate payment by a prepaid cash card.
- A past-due notification will always be sent on an outstanding balance.
- Customers should never arrange payment or divulge account or personal information over the telephone unless they are certain they are speaking to a Amigo Energy representative.
Anyone targeted by this scheme should not make payment. Contact local police to report the incident, and call Amigo Energy with any account questions.
Even Long-Time Texas Residents Can Learn More about Their Electricity
[Posted March 7th, 2014 by Amigo Energy
In the past few decades, there has been a growing interest in green energy. More and more people are looking at the benefits of renewable energy sources and are showing an interest in making the switch. In some areas, the best way to go green is to buy solar panels and have them installed on your home. However, this can be an eyesore, and the initial cost may prove to be well outside of your budget. Texas electricity companies, however, are now offering customers the ability to do their part without any extra equipment or a high out of pocket cost.
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