Scammers have a new trick they're trying around the metro. It almost cost a Raytown woman $500. Her Good Question could save you from getting swindled.


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I personally have heard and know about utility related scams since years ago. They have been around trying to steal our money persistently. People should know about how these scammers work by now. Keep on extra guard and spread the word to complaint board sites like, so that more people will be aware of these scams.

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