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Plainfield Warns of Electrical Aggregation Scam

Someone claiming to be with Plainfield's electrical supplier reportedly going door to door.

Credit: File photo
Credit: File photo
On Friday, the Village of Plainfield issued a warning to residents that a company claiming to be associated with the village's electrical aggregation program has been calling residents and going door to door attempting to convince residents to switch their electric supplier.  

According to the village, that's not true.

Plainfield’s electrical aggregation provider, FirstEnergy Solutions, does not call or solicit door to door. 

The village’s contract with FirstEnergy runs through October of 2014. in a press release, the village stressed that the contract is NOT expiring in May as some of these companies are claiming.

Any changes to the Village’s electrical aggregation program will be sent via mail with the village logo and the supplier's logo on the envelope.

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