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Champion Energy Services

Champ Saver-12
12 months

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Green Mountain Energy

Pollution Free e-Plus 12
12 months

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Reviews from Edom:

Sales professionals

(5 / 5)

  Even though I never ever ever answer the door for peddlers for some odd reason this gentlemen Carlos caught my attention.At first i thought it was just a kid from the neighborhood until i realized oh no hes a solicitor ! however for the first time ever i chose to listen due to boredom. After hearing what he had to say and noticing the level professionalism the young man had i decided to go through with the process and GO GREEN! thanks carlos for restoring my faith in humanity and showing me salesman these days still have ethics and morals !!! GO CARLOS  

Dave Johnson from Houston
November 13th, 2014

Stream Energy Did Me Right! High Bills? Check your a/c unit or appliances for defects...

(5 / 5)

  My bills dropped $35 a month in the mild weather months, even though I lived in a small duplex when with Stream and it was only me living there. Had I been able to live there through the whole summer (and my new family moved in with me instead of vice-versa) my savings would have been huge! That's extra money I never would have had, so it was well worth the switch!

Paying my bill was easy. I was always on time, and there was never a mix up with the bank or online payments. I held up my end of the agreement and Stream held up on theirs. When I had to move and it was determined that my new place is on a co-op, Stream let me out of my contract with no penalty and no additional fees. I did not even have to ask for it. I could not have been happier with a utility company, as everything was smooth from start to finish.

To those who say their bills jumped up really high, after being low to start check into this. If there has not been a rate change, check into your a/c unit, furnace and other appliances. Defects in a unit can cause very high usage of electricity. This transpired with me years ago, when I was with a local utility that I had no issues with, but I was shocked to see the bill. Sure enough it was my a/c unit pulling unusually high kw's for several weeks. A capacitor or something was going bad. The unit ran fine and cooled fine, but there was a hidden issue jacking up my electric bill. This is a very common problem I have learned, but people often want someone to blame. The easiest one to blame is the electric company. My bill was out of this world and I did not have the money on hand that month to pay it. However, it was not my utility companies fault. It wasn't mine either, but these things are just part of life. I had to pay it, so I did.

I think the main problem with so many utility complaints (and all the companies have them) is people do not read their contracts and/or some people expect special favors and exclusions from the rules after they have a mishap like "forgetting" to pay their bill, or their defaulted appliances raising their bill, or not knowing what their obligations are as a customer, and then they want to blame their energy company. Be proactive people. Know what your contract says, no matter who you choose. If you go with Stream, make certain you can call the person who enrolled you in the service should you have any issues down the road.

The bottom line is there are many people these days with an entitlement mentality, and too many people feel like the world should revolve around them and make their life easier. All those I know who used Stream honored their contract with Stream, and Stream honored it too. But, don't get me started on phone companies; in that arena, I have noticed that most companies fall short in many areas and I have not been so happy with my phone providers no matter who I use. "Can you hear me now?" Lol!

Switch to Stream and enjoy the freedom, but use someone you trust who knows how utilities work and be educated; read your contract, so you know what your responsibilities are and honor your agreement. 

William from Cleburne
November 27th, 2013

Updated: 01-19-2019
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