ASHLAND, Ore.- There is a new scam impacting Ashland utility users.
Officials said residents and business are getting calls from someone who claims their bill is overdue. They then ask for a credit or debit card number to pay the balance, or otherwise get services cut off.
City of Ashland Officials said if there are concerns over whether there is really a problem, hang up and call the utilities office directly. They say if you experience a similar call, report it to the Ashland Police Department.