Fake Enmax employees try to get into Dover homes for 'efficiency checks,' utility warns
2 men have approached several homes in the area, a spokesperson says
Men claiming to be Enmax employees have tried to get into several Dover homes to do "efficiency checks," the utility company warned in a statement Wednesday.
"We want people to know that anyone attempting to gain entry to a home in this way is not a representative of our company and should not be allowed in," spokesperson Doris Kaufmann Woodcock said.
She said two men have approached several homes in the Calgary neighbourhood.
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"They go on to indicate that Enmax previously sent out a letter advising of their visit and therefore must be given access," she explained.
"We want people to know that anyone attempting to gain entry to a home in this way is not a representative of our company and should not be allowed in."
She said Enmax is working with Calgary police on the matter.
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