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Posted March 22, 2012

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Watch out for Invoice Scam

APS has been receiving invoices for services not provided

All APS employees are being asked to keep an eye out for a scam involving a supposed company called UST, which has sent invoices to school sites and departments requesting payment. 

The invoices claim charges for warranty service covering preventive maintenance of telecom system equipment such as phone cables and switches. These are not legitimate charges. No such equipment or services have been purchased by APS. 

The APS Technology Department is working with the U.S. Attorney General’s Office to determine the source of the fraudulent invoices, which come from the following address: 


P.O. Box 970

La Verne, CA 91750-0970 

Anyone who receives one of these invoices should send it to the attention of Faith Mutchnik, APS Technology Department at City Centre, Suite 550 East.

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