Tri-County Electric offers on-line bill payment with either a credit or debit card or an electronic check. You may access the e-bill payment system through this link or from the home page of our Web site.
It is very important and helpful to have your account number available while signing up. Your account number is the same as your member number on your postcard billing statement.
Otherwise, click here to get started. You simply answer a few questions and create your password. Please remember that your password is case-sensitive and must be between four and ten characters. In addition, it is important to note that the last name and account number during the sign-up must match what is on your billing statement. Once you have completed the sign-up process, the next time you visit the site you will only need to input your e-mail address and password.
Here’s what you will be able to do on-line:
- Pay your bill with Mastercard, Visa or Discover
- Pay your bill via an e-check
- View current and past payments
- View and print current and past bills
- View and print charts about your energy usage
- Members with multiple accounts can pay them all with one transaction
Just imagine-no more checks, stamps or trips to the post office plus you’ll be able to access your secure account online 24/7. Moreover, you will get an e-mail every month when your new bill is calculated and ready to view.
Automatic Bank Pay
Tri-County Electric realizes and understands that some members are not comfortable paying their electric bill online. As an alternative to online bill payment we offer automatic bank pay.
Once members sign up for auto bank pay, the amount due on their electric bill will be deducted automatically from their checking or savings account around the 18th of each month. Simply contact our office at 244-5151 or 1-800-244-5151 and we’ll be glad to send you the authorization forms so you can get started on the program.
There is no fee for this recurring program and you will continue to receive a billing statement each month so you know the amount to be deducted from your account. The auto bank withdrawals will continue until you ask to be removed from the program. You don’t have to worry about stamps, the post office or remembering to pay the electric bill!
Financial assistance for low-income families to assist with payments on electric bills is available through the following agencies. If you need assistance, please check with those agencies to see if you qualify.