Is "XCEL ENERGY-PSCO XCELENERGY 00131721840 WEB ID: 78" fraud?

Written by Gavin Brooks

June 18th, 2024

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What is "XCEL ENERGY-PSCO XCELENERGY 00131721840 WEB ID: 78"?

Xcel Energy has been in business since 1909. The company primarily focuses on providing electricity and natural gas services. They serve customers in multiple U.S. states including Colorado, Michigan, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas, and Wisconsin. Xcel Energy does not offer traditional retail products but provides energy-related services such as electricity generation, transmission, and distribution, as well as natural gas distribution.

  • Vendor Name: XCEL ENERGY-PSCO
  • Service Descriptor: XCELENERGY
  • Transaction Reference Number: 00131721840
  • Payment Method: WEB
  • Customer ID: 7840296600
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