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Beware of scammers that call and impersonate ETC. If you are not 100% sure the caller is an ETC employee, then please do not take any action or give them any personal information. Instead, first contact the ETC office directly (call, stop in, or email)...

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It has come to our attention that a customer recently received a threatening email message. The scammer claimed to have the customer's email and password, and was demanding $3,000 or the scammer would email to the customer’s contacts, video footage claiming it was of porn-related...

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Watch out for spoofed emails, emails that masked their true identity by appearing to be from a trustworthy source in order to trick the recipient. An individual recently received this email. ETC did NOT send this email. See Below. ETC advises you to delete this email...

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Watch out for spoofed email addresses which are email addresses that appear to come from a trustworthy source in order to trick the recipient. For example, several ETC customers have received the following message which appears to be from ETC. ETC did NOT send this email message...

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Watch out for spoofed email addresses which are email addresses that appear to come from a trustworthy source in order to trick the recipient. For example, an ETC customer received the following message which appears to be from ETC. ETC did NOT send this email message and...

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ETC has received a report from a customer who received a pop up message on his cell phone which appeared to come from ETC.  The message thanked the customer for his loyalty and offered him a chance to receive an Amazon $1,000 Gift Card.  This...

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Watch out for spoofed email addresses which are email addresses that appear to come from a trustworthy source in order to trick the recipient. For example, an ETC customer received the following message which appears to be from ETC. ETC did NOT send this email message. Please note...

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1. Watch for Spoofed Email Addresses Pay close attention to the sender's email address in any suspicious message you receive – and don't reply or click any links. Attackers often use spoofed email addresses (email addresses that appear to come from a trustworthy source) to trick...

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Important Info

by the Better Business Bureau There are thousands of new scams every year, and you can't keep up with all of them (we know, we try!). But if you can just remember these TEN THINGS, you can avoid most scams and help protect yourself and your...

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