Payment Extension Frequently Asked Questions for Texas, Payment Extension

Payment Extension FAQs

  • What happens if I break the Payment Extension?

    The Payment Extension is considered broken if your past-due balance has not been paid in full by the agreed-upon date. At that time, a Disconnection Notice will be generated for your service...

  • How does a Payment Extension work with Direct Energy?

    The Payment Extension option is a short-term extension of the due date for the full payment of your past-due balance. The Payment Extension provides you assurance that your account will not receive collections activity or be disconnected during the terms of your extension agreement. As opposed to a Deferred Payment Plan (DPP), this is not a structured long-term process for settling any past-due balance. A Payment Extension is offered to you if you are less than seven (7) days after your bill due date.

    Once you have been approved for a Payment Extension, you have eight (8) days to pay your balance in...

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