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Nstar Scam…Residents Should Be Aware of Possible Nstar Scam

Nstar Scam...Residents Should Be Aware of Possible Nstar Scam

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NSTAR Scam [AUDIO]

Area residents are being warned of a potential scam making it's way throughout the Southcoast. Several people have reported receiving phone calls from a person claiming to be an NSTAR representative, who will then offer the customer rebates for three years. NSTAR spokesman Mike Durand says NSTAR does offer rebates, but usually the customer is the first to contact NSTAR.        

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