What to look for • A call from what looks like PSEG Long Island on your caller ID. • The caller threatens to shut off your service and demands an immediate payment by pre-paid card, wire transfer or bitcoin. • You’re given a phone number to call back that, when called, may sound like our telephone services. PSEG Long Island will never ask for a pre-paid card, wire transfer or bitcoin. Scammers ask for them because they are untraceable. What to do 1. Hang up. 2. Call PSEG Long Island at the number on your bill only. Never call any number the scammer gives you. If you are ever suspicious about someone claiming to be from PSEG Long Island, especially when you’re asked for a payment, call us. Learn more at www.psegliny.com/scam LEARN MORE