OEA Door-to-Door Fraud Warning

In recent weeks, the OEA has received a number of reports from citizens advising that an “OEA representative” has made an unscheduled visit to their doorstep, requesting entry into their home to replace their existing thermostat, water-heater or furnace with a new one. These individuals do not represent and are in no way associated with the OEA.

Any suspicious activity should be reported immediately to Toronto Police Services – Financial Crimes Unit at 416-808-7300, or your local Police.



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