Zamcelco exempts consumers from 5% surcharge PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 26 September 2013 13:11

The crisis situation in Zamboanga City brought about by the MNLF-military standoff has caused the suspension of classes in all levels and the closure of business establishments, banks, government and private offices including Zamcelco which is affected especially on the collection of electric bill payments from member-consumers.

The NEA Project Supervisor/Acting General Manager, Sherwin C. Mañada, informs all member-consumers that Zamcelco has resumed its normal operation effective September 11, 2013, in consonance with the directive of Maria Isabelle Climaco-Salazar.

Henceforth, Masada announced that Zamcelco collection outlets (except for Talon-Talon collection outlet, Southway Mall 3rd Floor collection outlet, collecting banks) are open to receive payments for electric bills.

For electric bills that fall due on September 9 and 10 shall be received by Zamcelco without the imposition of the 5% surcharge on September 11 and 12. For member-consumers situated on areas seriously affected by the crisis situation shall be given due consideration in the payment of their electric bills.

Mañada said that the Zamcelco Board and management encourage all member-consumers to pay their electric bills on time in order to help the cooperative to likewise settle its monthly obligations on time especially to power suppliers such as: PSALM, NCiCP. TM1, MPC  for the continuous delivery of power to the city.