Plugged In: What payment options does Walton EMC offer?
November 3, 2022
A: It’s your bill. Pay it your way. With several convenient options, Walton EMC gives you the power to choose.
Online bill payment is a breeze! Actively manage your account with monthly logins and manual payment, or set it and forget it with stored payment methods and recurring automatic payments by bank draft or credit card. Download the app from the App Store or Google Play.
Online Quick Pay
If you prefer quick and easy, no-frills online payment, this is the option for you. From the waltonemc.com home page, click on “Pay My Bill.” Then, simply enter your account number to view all current balances and simple payment options.
Call 770.267.2505 anytime, day or night, and pay by credit card. You will need your electric bill account number, your credit card information (16-digit number, expiration, CVV2 number, etc.), and know the amount you wish to pay.
Sign up for our automatic payment plan to have your Walton EMC bills paid directly from your bank or credit card account.
This option allows you to pay for service before charges are incurred, eliminating late payment and reconnection fees. Refill your account balance via app, online, phone, mail or in person. Eligibility requirements apply.
Mail check or money order to: Walton EMC, P.O. Box 1347, Monroe, GA 30655.
Pay by cash, check, money order or credit card at one of our offices during regular business hours.
To learn more about any of our payment options, call 770.267.2505 to speak with a Walton EMC customer care representative, Monday through Friday 7A-7P. Or, visit waltonemc.com/my-account/ways-to-pay.
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