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Money Services is an easy and reliable way to pay your Georgia Power energy bills. Use our store locator tool to browse our locations and find your nearest Money Services – we’re based at over 150 Kroger stores across Georgia, with 20+ in Atlanta alone. Don’t forget to take advantage of our everyday low fees and exclusive digital coupons which you can download to your Shopper’s Card*.

Pay your AEP bill

Paying your Georgia Power bill with Money Services is easy. Just bring along the cash or a debit card as well as the bill stub with your account number on it, and our friendly staff can help you process your payment.

Paying your Georgia Power

Use Money Services to pay your energy bill with ease.

It saves time

  • Our extended operating hours mean you can visit us on evenings and weekends
  • You can cash checks, pay bills and send money – all in one handy location

It saves you money

  • Take advantage of our coupons and special offers
  • Pay bills at great low fees with Shopper’s Card*

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Georgia Power

If our friendly Money Services team can’t help with a question about your Georgia Power bill, you can contact them direct.

Georgia Power support:


Georgia Power was founded in 1902 as the Georgia Railway and Power Company, and now forms part of the Southern Company group, which also includes Mississippi Power, Alabama Power and Gulf Power. Georgia Power has more than 2.4 million customers and provides energy to customers in 155 of Georgia’s counties.

Chairman, President and CEO of the company, Paul Bowers, has been a Southern Company employee since 1979. Georgia Power was also named first in the South region for customer satisfaction by the J.D. Power Electric Utility Business customer satisfaction survey.


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This retailer is an authorized delegate of CheckFreePay Corporation, Fidelity Express, Firstech and Western Union pursuant to Chapter 151 of the Texas Finance Code, Subchapter E, Conduct of Money Transmission Business.

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