PG&E Warns Of Scam Emails and Phone Calls

Pacific Gas and Electric Company is reporting a possible scam that targets residents locally as well as the rest of the country.They say customers have reported they have received suspicious emails that appeared to be bills sent by PG&E. PG&E senior vice president Helen Burt says the company does not send emails requesting personal information.If you believe you have received one of these emails, you should not respond, click any links in the message, open any attachments or provide any personal information.You can also forward the email to PG&E at