Utility Savings Expert

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Last October, my family members received a phone call from a company dubbed Utility Savings Expert, whose website (utilitysavingsexpert.net) features the tagline We are here to help you, but omits the second half of the sentence: separate you from your money.

The pitch was enticing: Utility Savings Expert claimed they could help customers save up to 50% on various bills, including cell phone, cable, electric, and more. All you had to do was share your account information in order for them to pay the bill on your behalf. Once you checked to make sure the bill was covered, you simply wired the company half the full amount due. Voila! Instant savings.

The offer was so tempting that my family members, who are retired and live on a fixed income, decided to try it with their Sprint phone bill. They gave the scammers their Sprint account information, and a few days later, sure enough, their $250 bill had been paid in full. Satisfied, they agreed to send half the amount to the Utility Savings Expert company. The catch? They could only send payment via wire transfer, not check or credit card.

Legitimate companies won’t require you to pay only by wire transfer or reloadable debit card.
That should have been a glaring red flag, says Brandy Bauer of the National Council on Aging. “Legitimate companies won’t require you to pay only by wire transfer or reloadable debit card,” she says.

It wasn’t until about a month and a half after they wired the money that they noticed something wrong. Sprint was charging them an additional $250 because a payment made on their account weeks ago had been reversed.

Here’s what most likely happened: the scammers called the issuer of the credit card they used to make the payment and alleged that it was a fraudulent charge—so the bank reversed the charge. Of course, the victims were out both the money they wired and still had to pay their Sprint bill.

Is Utility Savings Expert a scam?
Utility Savings Expert is a scam and a bad service provider as per the report filed on dirtyscam.com. They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance.
Is Utility Savings Expert legit?
First Utility Savings Expert is not a legit business owner or provider. You must take necessary precautions/measures before buying or using their services.
How many reviews are submitted by Utility Savings Expert’s consumers?
There is/are 12 review(s) posted about Utility Savings Expert and it indicates that the severity of the scam is Extremely High.
Where is Utility Savings Expert located?
Utility Savings Expert is located at A430, Bruton Way, Gloucester GL1 1DA, UK. You can contact Utility Savings Expert by dialing 714-872-9484 or visit their website utilitysavingsexpert.net before filing a lawsuit. We are no way affiliated with better business bureau or yelp reviews platform.
How much monetary loss is incurred by Utility Savings Expert’s customers?
According to the report(s), US N/A was the total loss incurred by Utility Savings Expert’s customers.

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12 Reviews on Utility Savings Expert

  1. Usutilitysavingllc

    UsUtility saving hero’s Rajveer Singh Punjabi scammers and Nitin agarwal doing scams 50% discount on all utilities and mortgage took$95,000 from me also credit card fraud I did report to police FBI and BBB their business not license and registered big time criminals any information report to police

  2. Scammer..

    The Guy named Karan, these people do not know how much hardwork we do to earn that money which they loot from us. These guys are mostly Indians who shatter the name of India. I am an Indian and I am really sorry if any indian did this to you! All indians are not like this!

  3. Scammers leaving reviews here!

    They called me today. After pretending to be excited about the discount, I asked what time it was in his city and because they are located overseas, he stumbled and guessed the wrong time.

    Later in the call, I asked another “representative” what time it was, and he too stumbled and asked me what state I was in so he could tell me the time in his city?!

    Anyway, just be careful, they are always scammers and I got their whatsapp number where I am supposed to leave a picture of my bill…a whatsapp number the company uses. Lol

    They are leaving reviews here so any positive review is a scammer.

    Good luck

  4. Utility Savings Expert guys are running a scam

    This is a scam. The check they sent to my water company bounced. I ended up losing $150. I am reporting them to the authorities

Reported Loss :0 $
Severity of Scam :Extremely High
Reported by : Anonymous
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