The complaint details FirstEnergy subsidiary Potomac Edison's lack of performance reading residential electric meters as required by law. The FirstEnergy Disappearing Meter Reader Scam has been going on since just after the Allegheny Energy/FirstEnergy merger last year.
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Potomac Edison is caught like a rat in a trap! Cue the dissembling -- Potomac Edison is all of a sudden pretending that there is a great meter reader shortage and they're hiring. Don't get too excited if you're looking for a job though... it only pays $12.31 an hour. Who can support a family on that pittance? No wonder they have a shortage of meter readers. Perhaps they're desperate for help because they don't pay a living wage, ya think? Staffing shortage is no excuse for violating Maryland law by not reading meters as required.
Todd, Todd, Todd... it's "unfortunate timing" that you're still completely full of crap! The only thing that "comes out in the end" are the fabrications Todd continually spins. I think Todd should get in his car and start reading meters instead of sitting uselessly around the office and making crap up. He can start here, my meter hasn't been read in over 6 months.