A Broken Arrow business is warning others about a scam that is going around again. A manager with Lit’l Links received an automated message telling her to pay nearly $2,000 to keep their power on.
Amber Duke usually worries about her own parents falling for scams over the phone and didn’t picture herself as a potential target. “They ask me all the time about different scams and you can kind of tell when scams are happening whether it’s through text messages or phone calls because there are a few things that definitely show you immediate red flags,” said Duke.
She said a recent phone call at work from a 1-800 number claiming to be PSO didn’t seem like a scam at first. They even gave me a phone number, a name, and an extension to call back on for immediate payment,” said Duke.
PSO said these types of scams have increased since the pandemic. There are red flags to look for. PSO will never ask for payments upfront and customers will receive several…