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DES MOINES, Iowa – (July 30, 2012) – MidAmerican Energy Company is warning the public about an email scam that may target employees or customers of the company. The email message, which is sent from a Hotmail account, advises the recipient to claim a $1,000 prepaid Visa gift card as a thank you from MidAmerican Energy.
The email requests that the recipient follow a link to claim the gift card and fill out a personal shipping address. The recipient is warned that the promotion will expire if the link is not activated within 48 hours of receiving the email. Although the email states that the prize is awarded on behalf of MidAmerican Energy, customers are advised that the email has no connection to the company.
The party responsible may be using social media sites to gather personal information, such as a person's full name, employer and email address, to target the scam attack and make the communication appear legitimate.
The contact associated with the scam email is referred to as ‘Rachel' from Employee Benefits Center, LLC. No contact information is provided for a reply.
Customers are advised not to click on any links in the email, provide personal information, or respond to the sender. Messages with blatant spelling and grammar mistakes that ask for money or prompt the recipient to take action are often scam emails and should be ignored. Customers may call MidAmerican Energy at 888-427-5632 for assistance regarding any suspicious emails.
If a customer receives a suspicious call or other type of unusual contact from a person claiming to be from MidAmerican Energy, the customer should contact MidAmerican Energy and local law enforcement authorities immediately.