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Re: Power outages for 800K Californians
Posted by Luckydog of FL on 10/9/19 10:17am Msg #610926
If you have no power, you cannot run the meter? Just my logic, why would they prorate? It's shut down Frown I think you could also pay your bill online with your bill pay as well through your bank too avoid any late charges. What a nightmare, BUT at least they gave you warning. I don't think there can be closings where you have to print or scan with no power. They would have to overnight everyone affected their packages. Just my guess.
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 Power outages for 800K Californians -  Cheryl Elliott on 10/9/19 8:03am
 Re: Power outages for 800K Californians -  Yoli/CA on 10/9/19 9:39am
 Re: Power outages for 800K Californians - Luckydog on 10/9/19 10:17am
 Re: Power outages for 800K Californians - Art_FL on 10/9/19 10:52am
 Re: Power outages for 800K Californians - Luckydog on 10/9/19 3:20pm
 That does seem extreme, but obviously they are doing -  MW/VA on 10/9/19 11:08am
 Re: That does seem extreme, but obviously they are doing - Luckydog on 10/9/19 11:30am
 "That does seem extreme" - Clem/CA on 10/9/19 12:47pm
 Power outage -  Amigoaz on 10/9/19 1:00pm
 Re: Power outage - Luckydog on 10/9/19 3:23pm
 Re: Power outage - James Powell on 10/10/19 7:20am
 No, I do completely understand. A small inconvenience -  MW/VA on 10/9/19 8:48pm
 Just like when we had the Northridge earthquake -  Cheryl Elliott on 10/9/19 1:20pm
 Power Outage Update -  Cheryl Elliott on 10/10/19 7:32am



 
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