If you are contacted by someone who seems to represent your electric company and demands payment of a delinquent bill to keep power flowing, don't give right in. Scammers nationwide are using the tactic to fleece victims for bundles of cash.
According to a local newspaper's investigation, "The Hurricane Sandy Relief Foundation" has raised $1 million dollars. However, the organization is not registered, is not tax exempt and has $800,000 in their account.
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