Customer Referral

PLEASE INFORM YOUR TENANT THAT SOMEBODY FROM CURRENT UTILITIES WILL CONTACT THEM FROM A PHONE NUMBER ENDING IN 3939. THANK YOU.

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Your Resident will thank you for referring them. By referring  your Resident, Current Utilities will contact them within 24 business hours and go over the options we have for their unique electricity needs.

Here are some of the benefits they will be able to look forward to:

  • Excellent and timely customer service. Current Utilities set out to ensure that customers are treated as people not profit. We work to minimize hold times (Avg. 45 seconds.) and to ensure that all customer service questions are answered by only highly trained individuals.
  • All of the electricity plans for Texas and Pennsylvania have been vigorously gone through to ensure that all offers are safe and secure.
  • We have a combined 27 years of industry experience so you can trust our knowledge of the market.
  • All of the Retail Electric Providers (REP’s) that we work with have strong financial backings as well as excellent industry ratings.
  • We promise never to use gimmicks or tricks to lure our customers into a “too good to be true” offer as others do.

Mission Statement:

Current Utilities was founded on the belief that people should be treated as people not profit. Our goal is to assist everyone in finding the best and safest options for their electricity needs and continuously uphold excellence in customer service.

 

*Please Note that by filling out the Current Utilities Refer a Tenant form, you will not begin service. You or your friend will be under no obligation to choose Current Utilities. This is just a free quote to obtain more information bout Current Utilities’ products and services. If you would like to reach us concerning the Refer a Friend Program, please email [email protected] Thank you!

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