West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey's office is warning residents in the state about a scam involving callers telling consumers they are late on their Frontier phone bill payments, then asking for personal information and demanding an immediate payment.

“The callers tell the consumer they are late in their payments and ask for private, personal information such as the consumer’s Social Security number, bank account or credit card number, and other information,” Morrisey said. “This is most likely a scam. Legitimate businesses do not ask for that type of information over the phone.

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