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Delayed Payment Plan

Gibson EMC's Delayed Payment Plan offers electric bill due date modification to more closely coincide with receipt of Social Security and Disability checks. 

  • You are 62 years of age or older and a recipient of Social Security or Disability benefits or you are permanently disabled and a recipient of Disability benefits.

  • Electric service is in your name.

  • Your electric bill is paid in full when you apply, and the completed Delayed Payment Plan application is approved by Gibson EMC.

With the Delayed Payment Plan, your meter reading date doesn’t change, but your billing and due dates do change. Bills should be paid in full by the due date; partial payments must have prior approval of Gibson EMC. If your bill is unpaid after the due date, a late change of 5% is added. Service may be terminated if your bill is unpaid three days after the due date. If service is terminated twice during a 12-month period, you will be removed from the Delayed Payment Plan. Once removed from the plan, you may be reinstated after one year, if approved. You may discontinue your Delayed Payment Plan at any time. 

If you would like to sign up, click here.

 

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