Tips on how to spot a scammer...
Don't be pushed into action. Just because someone looks or sounds official doesn't mean they are. Criminals hope we will be frightened into letting down our guard and that tactic often works. If you receive an unsolicited call or email that threatens legal action, ignore it.
Take control of your telephone. A significant portion of criminal's consumer activity involves telephone calls. Unfortunately, caller ID can no longer be considered reliable, so unless you recognize the telephone number, the best tactic is to let the call go to voicemail.
Greeneville Light & Power will never contact you by phone requesting payment. If you receive a call requesting payment, hang up and call us at 423-636-6200.
Also, use caution when making online payments. Some bill pay companies may come back as the result of an internet search and could possibly even use our logo to look like you are making a payment directly to us. These companies may charge a fee in addition to your payment. To ensure this doesn't happen, make certain you are making online payments through Smarthub. Check to make sure that the URL is correct in the address bar and look for the "lock" symbol. The appearance may vary between browsers and versions. Below are some samples:
Internet Explorer 11
To get your balance or make a payment, please use one of our methods listed in the article below:
Want to skip out on the deposit? Try going pre-pay!
- No deposit required
- Works similar to a pre-pay phone
- Use any of our convenient payment options
For more information call 423-636-6200 and ask us about your pre-pay options.
SmartHub is a great new way to pay your bill, report an outage, view your usage and much more!
It replaces our previous payment service, Ebill. In addition to paying your bill online, you can now preform the following tasks:
- Report an outage
- View your power consumption
- Ask us questions
- View your billing history
Be sure to check it out https://glps.smarthub.coop
- Download SmartHub For Your Mobile Device -
You can view our outage map to see what areas are currently affected by outages. This information is updated live. Click the image below to access the map.
If you are viewing this on a mobile device, the summary table may cover the map. Click the small "x" in the upper left hand corner to close the table and see the map.