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Washakie Sheriff Warns of Utility Phone Scam

WORLAND, Wyo. (AP) — The Washakie County Sheriff's Department says scammers are calling Worland businesses demanding hundreds of dollars for bogus utility bills.

Sheriff Steve Rakness tells the Northern Wyoming Daily News (http://tinyurl

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Recurrent Scams Warning Issued

Sheriff's Department spokesman Dick Blust says you should never trust an unsolicited caller who claims they want to repair your computer.

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Laramie County Sheriff Warns About Another Phone Scam

According to a news release both the Sheriff’s Department and Clerk of the District Court’s Office have received reports from citizens who had a call from an individual claiming that the victim missed jury duty and must pay a fine and fees otherwise a warrant would be issued and they would be arrested.

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Rocky Mountain Power Asking Customers to Look Out for Scammers

Officials with Rocky Mountain Power say they've seen an increase in phishing calls from scammers in recent months.

Spokesperson Margaret Oler says customers throughout Rocky Mountain Power’s service territory have fielded calls from individuals claiming to be with the utility asking for credit card numbers and other personal information

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Cheyenne Light Warns Customers of Phone Scam

Cheyenne Light, Fuel & Power is warning customers of a nationwide scam that wrongly claims President Barack Obama is providing credits or applying payments to utility bills. The scammers have phoned customers or contacted them in person, posted fliers and used social media and text messages to perpetuate the scam.

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