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Pay by telephone with a credit card, debit card or bank check
Call 1-888-999-8816 to make your payment over the telephone by MasterCard, Visa, or Discover credit or debit card or with your bank checking account. Please be sure to wait for your payment authorization number.
Pay online by credit card, debit card, or bank check
Click here to reach our secure page to pay your bill by MasterCard, Visa, or Discover credit or debit card or with your bank checking account. Please be sure to wait for your payment authorization number.
Please note that the above payment services cannot be used for reconnection of a service. Arrangements for reconnection of a service must be made through the REMC office during our regular business hours of 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, except holidays.
Payment by mail - You may mail your payment with your bill stub to us at:
Jackson County REMC
PO Box K
Brownstown IN 47220-0311
What could be simpler than having your electric bill deducted from your bank account automatically on the same day each month? You have that option with your electric bill with the REMC’s E-Z Pay Plan. With the E-Z Pay Plan, your bank account will be automatically debited for the on-time amount on the 17th of each month. You’ll still receive a bill card at the first of the month showing your kilowatt hour usage and the amount to be transferred from your bank account. This allows you to maintain control of your account and question a bill before the funds are transferred.
How do you join the REMC’s E-Z Pay Plan? - To enroll in the E-Z Pay Plan, just complete an application form and return it and a voided check to the REMC. Your bill will include the message “BANK DRAFT - DO NOT PAY. It normally takes about a month to complete this process.
Give us a call if you have any questions about the E-Z Pay Plan. Click here to download and print an application form.
The REMC offers a levelized Budget Billing Program to consumers with good credit. Bills may vary slightly during the year to reflect increases or decreases in power usage.