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She was then called upon by Citadel Broadcasting in
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Scams targeting utility customers are booming across the country and IAMU urges its members to be ready to work with those who may contact them to report suspicions.
One of the largest reported scams is a multi-state operation that aims to steal payment and identity information through in-person solicitation, social media, fliers, phone calls and text messages. To date, utility customers in California, Illinois, Tennessee and Texas have been affected.
Reportedly scammers contact utility customers and inform them that President Obama has approved special funding through the Federal Reserve Bank for utility bill assistance, which includes a large credit on bills or money deposited directly to an account. Scammers ask for personal information and then supply a fraudulent bank routing number. No such federal payment program exists.
In Iowa, investor-owned utilities have reported a different scam in which utility customers are contacted by phone by individuals posing as customer service agents or attorneys. The customers are told their utility bill payment is overdue and payment is needed immediately to avoid disconnection. A credit card or debit card number is then asked for.
To date, utility customers in Iowa who think they have been scammed have not been asked to report incidents to any state agency. IAMU encourages its members to spread the word to customers and deal directly with any who contact them to report a possible scam; and then to report the activity to IAMU at 800-810-4268.
New Olreans NAACP condemns the senseless shooting that occurred on Mothers' Day
WESTLAND, Mich. (AP) -- A Detroit-area restaurant will pay $60,000 for telling a family to leave because the children had a genetic skin condition, the U.S. Justice Department announced Wednesday.
The department sued the Golden Corral in February, saying the Westland restaurant violated the Americans with Disabilities Act.
"No one should be excluded from participating in the basic activities of daily living on account of fears of their disability, nor should children be shamed from going out in public," Justice Department civil rights lawyer Eve Hill said in a statement. "We are confident today's settlement sends that message."
Danielle Duford of Garden City took her four girls to the buffet restaurant in May 2011. The lawsuit says they paid but soon were asked to leave when other customers noticed the skin of Duford's 14-month-old daughter.
Three of her children have epidermolysis bullosa, which causes blisters to form on the skin in response to minor injuries and temperature changes.
"Despite Duford informing the restaurant manager of her children's disability and repeatedly emphasizing that they did not have a contagious disease, the manager required the family to immediately leave the restaurant, claiming that he had received complaints from other customers," the department said.
To settle the lawsuit, the restaurant has agreed to pay $50,000 to the family and a $10,000 fine, as well as training employees in the disabilities law, the Justice Department said.
The Associated Press left a phone message for restaurant lawyer Michael Kavanaugh seeking comment Wednesday. At the time the suit was filed, the restaurant said that a "clean, safe and non-discriminatory dining experience" was a priority.