Ceneco rolls out ‘one bill’ policy

first_img Previously, Ceneco has already apprehended several illegal gadgets and filed electric pilferage cases against its users./PN She urged the public not to be easilypersuaded by gadgets that offer savings or reduction of electricityconsumption. She added that member-consumers canpay their bills to Ceneco offices or any of the authorized payment centers suchas Alvio Business Centers, SM, Savemore, Banks, among others.  “Past due bills are not accepted inthe centers,” Jayme noted. In an advisory, Ceneco general managerLolita Jayme, reminded member-consumers to promptly pay their bills nine daysafter receipt. Otherwise, their account will be automatically considered pastdue.center_img BACOLOD City – Starting this month,the Central Negros Electric Cooperative (Ceneco) will strictly implement a “onebill policy.” “We will not hesitate to file cases against posers or scammers victimizing unsuspecting consumers,” she also said. “Failure to do so would mean youraccount will automatically become past due,” Jayme explained, saying it isconvenient to pay the bills promptly to avoid receipt of notice ofdisconnection. last_img

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