- Report: #1009401
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Complaint Review: National Grid
National GridNone Santiago, Select State/Province United States of America
National Grid Tampa Utility, Manuel Escobar, Pedro Martinez, Accounts and Meters Management... eyc. Call claiming to be a Utility Company Ie: National Grid, Tampa Untility, etc. to have people send money. Santiago, Other
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I called them back pretending to be my father and got information that they were allegedly calling from Santiago, Dominican Republic, or near there. they call using a MagicJack phone (in our case they called from 1-559-800-8582) so I notified MagicJack in hopes to disable their number. That is a temporary measure, since they will mostlikely get a different number. I will alert the local Police department in hopes to track down the scammer(s), in the mean time, be aware of what's going on.
I called the local utility company (National Grid) and teh assured me that if there was a meter that was faulty, it would be replaced free of charge, a written notification would be given to all residents affected at least 3 days prior to the meter exchange and if there is ever an amount due, it would be billed in the next month's utility bill. This is standard procedure for most utility companies. Thanks, and I hope we can save people from getting ripped off
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/05/2013 04:08 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/National-Grid/Santiago-Select-StateProvince-/National-Grid-Tampa-Utility-Manuel-Escobar-Pedro-Martinez-Accounts-and-Meters-Managemen-1009401. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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