GNG representative boasts that they turned off customers service for being penny shortage.
“ My bill was approx. $231.00. I paid 97.91 on June 11th. I received a disconnection notice on the June 14th. On the 18th of June I paid 100.00. I always pay online. My final charges were 95.70, which I intended to pay July 6th, my payday. I received a bill July 5th with new charges plus pass due, 95.70. Leading me to believe that I would not be disconnected, since I had paid $100 of a 133.00 bill. Much to my surprise, by 2:00 pm my service was shut off. Needless to say I was very angry. I had made a good faith effort to pay my bill and customer service rep bragged that they just turned off service on a customer for a penny. How shameful!!! Additionally, Im paying $80.00 extra in fees even though I paid 3/4 of my bill. When I called GNG after paying the 100.00 the automated system did not say I was going to be disconnected, the system told me my balance. Once again leading me to think everything was ok. So much for being a long time customer. ”
“ DO NOT......I repeat....DO NOT... go with a company called Infinite Energy (gas utility service)!!! They are not coordinated with their e-Bill process. I received an e-Bill on the 16th, (FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER 2016) which got to me late btw. Today is the 20TH. The bill was supposedly due on the 5th (of THIS month), according to the service rep. And you disconnect my service?!?!?! Then when I call, you tell me there is nothing you can do, because you have to wait on AGL to turn it back on!!! I've NEVER heard of service getting turned off in the same MONTH of billing.... And yes, The account is fully up to date.....beyond pissed..... STAY AWAY FROM INFINITE ENERGY! ”Infinite Energy responds April 27th, 2018:
Hi, Daniel, sorry we're seeing this so late, but we wanted to check in with you. I'm not sure I follow the chain of events here, but we do track all of our email correspondence and can look into this for you. We send a couple of notices when an account is past-due and try to call when a customer is at risk of having service disconnected because we know it can be a bit of a process to turn service on again--unfortunately the utility, AGL, does do that for us, and there's not much we can do about their schedule other than trying to keep service from being interrupted. Sorry to hear your experience fell short, and if you'd like us to look into this, please let us know. ”
“ I made a mistake in trusting Ga Gas for my new service. I ordered the service, then they gave me eight hour window for me to wait for them to turn the gas on. I contacted the other Gas Marketers. They told me their time window is only two hours. I have phoned three times trying to get to someone who will give me an approximate time-within two hours-of their arrival. No one show respect for us and give me an approximate time. After three phone calls, they are still only giving me an eight hour window. Next time I get service, I will hire a different Gas Marketer. Georgia Gas has been very disrespectful. If I told a customer of my employer I couldn't give them a time within two hours, I would be fired. Georgia Gas doesn't respect their customers. ”
“ I just got of the phone with customer service and i was lie too. So i decided to read some review and the first on i see is someone defending the company and saying everyone else is ignorant and dont understand why the have such an extensive long wait for customer service and how big the company was and we should be more understanding. I read alot more reviews and i see that these people how fun legitimate reason to be upset they are paying money to get shitty service and being lie too. My advice is to avoid any future problem by avoiding this company all together to a company that is more customer friendly and have the resources to address the customers needs in a timely manner. ”