Can’t pay bill

Good luck paying your bill online unless you want to send a paper check, in 2023. The website sucks And the information on your bill doesnt align with the information that you need to pay your bill.
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#4338677 Review #4338677 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Nonexistent customer service, dumb web site, Inaccuratel accounting, poor excuse for a service company

I have trying to pay an inaccurate bill for last 6 months. Nonexistent customer service reps will not pick up the phone. If they ever do, they promise to do something about my inaccurate account, but nothing ever happens. The web site is dumb, like their IT( Idiots,Total impossible). If I could give them zero star, I would.

User's recommendation: Have patience. They will get you, whenever they feel like it.

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Williams, South Carolina

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Felony theft in 3 locals

EBS Conservation - Felony theft in 3 locals
January 9, 2022 Tyra Lee Consumer Complaint Mediator Consumer Protection Division Office of Attorney General Todd Rokita Ms. Lee, I , am a victim of a crime based upon the following Indiana, Virginia, and Maryland codes. 2017 Indiana Code TITLE 35. Criminal Law and Procedure ARTICLE 43. OFFENSES AGAINST PROPERTY CHAPTER 5. Forgery, Fraud, and Other Deceptions 35-43-5-3. Deception 5) with intent to defraud another person furnishing electricity, gas, water, telecommunication, or any other utility service, avoids a lawful charge for that service by scheme or device or by tampering with facilities or equipment of the person furnishing the service. What dollar amount is considered a felony in Virginia? How Felony Theft Differs from Misdemeanor Theft in Virginia. The only difference between felony theft and misdemeanor theft is the value of the item taken. When the value of the item taken is more than $500, it is a felony. It is a misdemeanor when the thing is $500 or less. Is Theft over $500 a felony in Maryland? Misdemeanor Theft (between $100 and $1,000): Up to 18 months in jail and/or up to a $500 fine. Felony Theft (between $1,000 and $10,000): Up to 10 yrs. in prison and/or up to a $10,000 fine. do not use this company User's recommendation: do not use this company
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Arlington, Virginia
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