Behind on Your REC Bill? Call Today to Set Up a Payment Plan
Wednesday | August 25, 2021

Nearly 5,000 REC member-owners face the possibility of disconnection of service unless they set up a payment arrangement. As the Cooperative begins transitioning to normal billing and payment processes on Sept. 1, it wants to work with members to establish long-term payment plans.

“We understand the hardships that the pandemic has created for our member-owners,” said Casey Hollins, Managing Director – Communications and Public Relations. “We strongly encourage members who have fallen behind on their electric bill to call us and set up a payment arrangement. Our message to members is simple: ‘We want to work with you.’ ” 

REC is working with members on an individual basis, setting up a payment plan that suits each person’s budget, including options of up to 24 months. 

Members can contact REC’s Member Services Team by calling 800-552-3904 or by email at Members can also call their local department of social services or 211 to see if they qualify for additional assistance. 

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