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Pay your Southwestern Electric Power Company bill

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Your SWEPCO utility bill can be paid in a quick and easy way at Money Services payment centers. You’ll find us in Kroger stores across Louisiana, Arkansas and Texas – and we’re open evenings and weekends. Use our handy store locator to find your nearest Money Services and then call in to pay your SWEPCO bill in person using cash, check or card.

Money Services customers can also benefit from promotions and discounts with a Shopper’s Card* when they pay their bill with us.

How to pay your SWEPCO bill

Take your bill stub, account details and payment method to Money Services and you’ll be able to pay your SWEPCO bill with cash, debit card or check. Our team of in-store associates will be on hand to help if you need them.

Paying your SWEPCO

Money Services offers a quick and easy way to pay your Southwestern Electric Power Company bill.

It saves time

  • Make bill payments at evenings and weekends with our extended opening hours
  • Pick up your groceries at Kroger while you pay your bill

It saves you money

  • Avoid late fees and cut off notices with same-day payments
  • Save money on postage costs by paying your SWEPCO bill in person

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Southwestern Electric Power Company

Our team of friendly associates is waiting to answer your questions on how to pay your SWEPCO electricity bill. If our team can’t help, here’s how to contact SWEPCO yourself.

Southwestern Electric Power Company help: https://www.swepco.com/contact/  or call 1-888-216-3523.

About

Southwestern Electric Power Company – SWEPCO – serves 535,000 customers in northwestern and central Louisiana, western Arkansas, East Texas and the Panhandle area of North Texas with a headquarters in Shreveport.

Payments

  • CheckFreePay

*Not available in all locations. See a store for details.

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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