Payment Options

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With convenient payment options offered by Walton EMC Natural Gas, you have the power to choose. Call or email our customer service representatives for more information or to sign up.

Automatic Bank Draft

The hassle-free way to pay your bill. Walton EMC sends a statement showing gas use for the month and then automatically drafts your bank account on the bill's due date.

Credit Card

Walton EMC accepts Visa, MasterCard or Discover for phone, walk-in or Internet payments.

E-check

Prefer not to use credit cards to pay your bills? No problem. You can still pay by phone or Internet by using e-check.

Internet

View your bill and pay by credit card through our secure online site.

Mail

Use the bill stub and envelope provided with your gas statement each month and pay by check or money order.

Phone

Call and pay by credit card or e-check.

In Person

Visit one of our offices or one of the following locations and pay by cash, check, money order or credit card:

  • Loganville- Athens First Bank & Trust, Hwy. 78.
  • Monroe- Athens First Bank & Trust, E. Washington St. and E. Spring St.

Additional Billing Information

You’ll receive a statement by no more than 30 days after AGLC reads your gas meter. Your bill is due 21 days from the billing date. If that day is a weekend, it’s due the next regular business day.

Accounts that remain unpaid as of the due date will have a late fee of $10 or 1.5 percent, whichever is greater, added to the account balance. If the past due amount remains unpaid after getting the next month’s bill, a notice will be mailed. You have 15 days from the notice to pay the bill. Accounts still not paid are subject to disconnection.

You have at least 45 days from billing to disconnection. Please call us if you foresee difficulty in making a payment so our customer service representatives can assist you with payment arrangements. Failure to receive a bill doesn’t release you from your obligation to pay. Please contact us if you don’t receive a bill.

See terms of service for more detailed information.
 
If you are in need of assistance with paying your bill, click here or dial 2-1-1 to find community action agencies in your area.