It has come to our attention that Spark Energy’s brand is being misrepresented, and are receiving calls from a third party (or parties) that are not authorized agents of our company. We take our company brand and reputation very seriously, and we are investigating this matter thoroughly. Any assistance consumers contacted by these agents can provide is greatly appreciated, including:
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We want to take this time to remind consumers that Spark Energy does not request the following information to process a customer enrollment over the phone in New York State, and we urge them not to provide any personal information of this sort: social security number; driver’s license number; home address. If you have been called by someone claiming to be with Spark Energy who requested this type of information, we urge you to contact one of the three (3) credit bureaus to review your credit report for any unusual activity and to request a fraud alert.
We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this has caused, and look forward to clarifying this matter as soon as possible so that we can continue to provide New York residents with choice when it comes to their electricity and natural gas needs.
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A recount of the presidential vote is underway in Wisconsin and could be launched in two other states, as President-elect Donald Trump blasted the effort and leveled voter-fraud allegations at California.
The Wisconsin recount effort, initially launched by the Jill Stein and the Green Party, has now been joined by Hillary Clinton's campaign.
Wisconsin officials say the recount of 3 million votes will start by Dec. 1 and be completed by Dec. 13.
Stein has also asked for a recount in Pennsylvania and is expected to do the same in Michigan.
The margins of Trump's victories in all three states were less than 1 percent. Nationwide, Clinton won the popular vote by a margin now estimated at more than 2 million, but lost in the Electoral College tally. Analysts say the results in all three states would have to be overturned for Clinton to be elected president, and said that prospect is highly unlikely.
Trump blasted the recount effort and is now claiming that he would have also won the popular vote if not for "millions of people who voted illegally."
He singled out Virginia, California and New Hampshire as places where "serious voter fraud" occurred, but offered no evidence for his allegations.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Just in time for what might be the worst allergy season ever, Iodine Inc., a digital health company dedicated to making it easier for people to make good decisions about their health, has launched a new allergy tool that helps people choose the right allergy medication, based on their symptoms and preferences. The tool also taps into Iodine`s growing network of more than 100,000 user reviews to allow people to see what has worked best for people like themselves.
It`s personal: Iodine`s new tool lets people personalize their options, matching products according to their own demographics, symptoms and preferences – including age and gender, your tolerance for drowsiness, for how long you need relief, and whether you want an over-the-counter fix or prefer to visit the doctor for a prescription.
It`s easy: The tool is designed to be fast and intuitive; a few clicks and a user quickly zeros in on a few products and can compare their differences and benefits in clear, straightforward language.
It`s about solutions: There are more than 30 branded products offering allergy relief, including prescription and non-prescription remedies, and counting generics that number slips over 100. Iodine`s new allergy tool is all about narrowing a confusing barrage of products into a handful of options.
It`s trustworthy: Iodine`s data combines information from the FDA, from the pharmaceutical manufacturer, and our team of pharmacists and doctors to give people validated health information. Iodine is registered with the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy as an approved advertiser.
It`s new: This is a brand new tool powered by cutting-edge algorithms -- there`s nothing like it on WebMD, Drugs.com, or any other health sites.
The tool can be found at iodine.com/allergies
Why we launched it:
- 2015 could be the worst allergy season ever.
- 1 in 5 Americans (~ 50 million adults) suffer from seasonal allergies, a rate that is climbing annually - and should climb faster thanks to climate change.
- Allergies prompted more than 13 million doctor visits last year.
- Many people are taking the wrong medications for their needs: Claritin, for instance, is intended for short-term use, though many people use it long-term, when it tends to no longer work.
Iodine, Inc. is dedicated to giving individuals a better way to make good health decisions, built from medical research and a community of real people. The company`s online interactive tools enable individuals to gain deeper insights into their choices about medications, both prescription and over-the-counter. Iodine`s vision is to create a network of millions of people, sharing their experience with what works - and what doesn`t - towards a common goal: to make it easier to get personalized, trustworthy guidance on medical decisions, every day. Iodine was founded in San Francisco in 2013 and launched Iodine.com in 2014. The company is staffed by a team of data scientists, designers, and healthcare experts. Iodine has been called "The Yelp of medicine" by TIME. More information is available at www.iodine.com.