As a member of Clay Electric, you have a variety of ways to make your electric bill payment. The choice is yours. Simply choose the payment option that's best suited for you based upon your individual preferences.
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Your Clay Electric credit score is determined by a credit check at account connection and if you have any credit events while receiving service. By knowing what the rules are, you can keep your credit in good standing.
The Automatic Monthly Payment Plan offers you the convenience of having your electric bill payment automatically withdrawn from your bank account on the payment due date. You save the expense of a postage stamp or a special trip to your district office. You don’t have to worry about mail delivery and you can be assured that your monthly payment will be credited to your account on time. Sign up by logging in to your account and selecting “Payment Options.”
The Budget Billing plan is a special fixed payment plan which provides participating members with predictable bills. By knowing the amount of your electric bill each month, budgeting becomes easier.
The Preferred Due Date Plan is a special payment plan which provides participating members control over when their electric bills are due. The Plan takes into consideration that members may receive Social Security, retirement or disability checks on a date that doesn't always coincide with the due date of their current electric bills.
Clay Electric’s eBill program sends your bill directly to your email address instead of through the mail. You’ll receive your bill earlier and cut down on clutter, plus you’ll be able to view your bill anywhere you receive email. Just log in to your account, click on Electronic Billing, and check the box for “yes.”
Clay Electric's third party notification service can help prevent an unexpected disconnection of your electric service or the electric service of someone close to you who needs special assistance.
Clay Electric’s Medically Essential Service is designed to help members who are dependent upon electric-powered life-support equipment in the event of a planned power outage or a delinquent bill.