COVID-19 has dramatically changed the way we live. Americans are spending more time in our homes – working and living inside as a way to keep each other safe.

It’s an uncertain time, so it’s no surprise that many people are eager to save some money on their utility bills. However, BBB Scam Tracker reports show that con-artists are impersonating internet, cable TV and power company representatives to trick unsuspecting consumers into sending them hundreds of dollars.

Marjorie Stephens is president and CEO of the BBB Serving Northern Indiana.

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