(239) 469-7973 is a Utility Scam
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- Transcript This is Jeff Anderson with Lee County energy audit agent number L 5278 based on your home zoning and clean energy incentives Our records show eligibility for 30 percent relief on your L.C.C. electric bill please press one to speak to an agent regarding adjustments in potential net metering press one now Press 2 to be called at a later date press 3 to be removed from future contact.
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