GPA warns of new solar energy scam

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Again, Perez warns residents to never give out personal information over the telephone as GPA would never as customers to do so.

Guam – Another potential scam going around, the Guam Power Authority has confirmed that a solar energy company, claiming to represent GPA, is asking for customer’s personal information.

 

According to GPA PIO Art Perez, at least six customers have called him regarding a solar energy company claiming to conduct surveys. Perez says the company is claiming to represent GPA while asking for customers power bills and other personal information. Perez says GPA has not authorized and does not represent any solar energy company for surveys. He advises residents to not give out personal information. Unfortunately, this is not the first scam Guam residents have experienced. Back in march of this year, GPA warned residents of a phone scam in which individuals were calling GPA customers asking for payments over the phone. Again, Perez warns residents to never give out personal information over the telephone as GPA would never as customers to do so.