Lately I have gotten a few things in the mail about other companies that will provide my electric cheaper then JCP&L but JCP&L would still be responsible for repairs - sounds kind of fishy to me as why would I pay somebody else for my electric but yet my local company is still responsible for paying for any repairs? Anyway, yesterday I got a phone call from a supplier that I had not heard of before this call. Usually I get mailings, not phone calls. On the phone he was telling me that JCP&L had sent out information to save money with a list of suppliers. He said "You remember getting this information right?" I told him no. He then said that it was sent out directly from JCP&L and not the company he was calling from but I had no idea what he was talking about. So I asked him when it was sent out and then finally when I asked him if it was in with a bill, he said "yes it was with a recent bill." He said that I qualified for quite some time now and that I could get a rebate since I have not signed up yet. He knew my address where the meter was, but said he needed my customer number. I thought it was odd so I told him that I couldn't find the most recent bill at the moment as I was busy (trying to be polite as I didn't know if this was legit and no way was I giving him my account number.) He then told me that an old bill was fine that they have been mailing it out with the bills for about a year now. I don't usually look at anything but my bill so I still was not sure if this was legit. He was a little insistent on signing me up but I told him I was too busy to look for a bill that had my info on it and he left me his number and extension. Not sure that I would switch anyway as I don't feel that JCP&L should be responsible for everything but me pay somebody else, especially after all they did for our state after Hurricane Sandy - it cost them 100s of millions in repairs. Going to look into this today with JCP&L, but would you give somebody calling like this your electric account info?