Claiborne Electric bills may be paid electronically here.
Bills may be paid at a payment counter or at a drive-through payment window at our following offices from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.:
12525 Hwy. 9, Homer LA 71040
301 East Franklin St., Farmerville, LA 71241
Also at each office location are Kiosk systems available in the drive-through at all times. Members will need their account number to post a payment using our Kiosk systems. Kiosks accept cash, checks, debit cards, and credit cards, and payments made post to the account immediately.
Bills may be paid using an electronic check, debit or credit card from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Members may call the Homer office at 318.927.3504, or the Farmerville Office at 318.368.3011.
By Automated Telephone system
Bills may be paid using an electronic check, debit or credit card 24 hours a day using the Co-op's automated telephone system at 844.219.1221. This system can also be used to report outages or change the telephone number on file associated with an electric account.
Payment by check or money order may be mailed with the bill stub to P.O. Box 719, Homer, LA 71040.
Through Bank Draft
Members may participate in the Co-op's free Bank Draft program. With the member’s authorization, the cooperative can automatically draw on a personal or business checking account for the payment of monthly bills. A bank draft authorization form is available here. Forms should be returned to Claiborne Electric for processing, along with a voided check.
Members may download Claiborne Electric's free digital app, SmartHub, on any Apple or Android device. SmartHub offers many features, including bill payment with the touch of a few buttons on a mobile device.
Members may pay at a MoneyGram location inside most Wal-Mart and CVS Pharmacy stores. Members using this service will need their Claiborne Electric account number, along with Claiborne Electric's MoneyGram receiver code, which is 15231. MoneyGram will charge a $1.50 service fee for each payment. This fee is retained by MoneyGram. It is not a fee charged by Claiborne Electric.