WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - Florida Power & Light is warning customers and others about a new twist to an international email scam.
Customers and non-customers have reported receiving bogus FPL bills in their email.
The utility warns anyone who receives an FPL bill that demands personal info to ignore it. Also, delete any email asking for account numbers or passwords.
Users should delete the email if it's not from your utility company.
FPL said they never send emails threatening to close your account if you do not take immediate action to provide personal information.
If you think you may have been a victim, report it online to the Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force at stopfraud.gov .
You can find images of these scam emails as well as additional tips on how to protect against scams by visiting FPL.com/protect.