If you get a call demanding a warrant payment, don’t believe it, El Paso Police say

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EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – El Paso law enforcement agencies are reminding residents that they will never call you asking for payment over the phone.

The El Paso Police Department and FBI sent reminders on Twitter for El Pasoans to remain vigilant when getting unsolicited phone calls.

Police said if you suspect you are being scammed to hang up and call 915-212-0215.

El Paso Electric also chimed in to remind people to be wary of utility scams.

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