Melanie Duquesnel, CEO of the Better Business Bureau of Detroit and Eastern Michigan, says that schemes such as emails disguised as being from companies whose services you purchase are very common today, and that to determine if they are actually trying to contact you or you have a bill to pay, that you should go to your account information on their website or call a customer support number from their website, among other tips.

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