04/10/2016 13h46 - Updated 4/10/2016 13h46

Eletrobras customers can now receive your energy bill by email, understand

The option to receive the Digital Invoice does not prevent the client to continue to receive the printed invoice in your home.
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Now the electric bill can get automatically via email through the "Digital Invoice". Customers Eletrobras Distribution Amazon already had the e-mail registered in the Company's database are also receiving the digital bill, even if they have not requested the service. Those who do not have the registered e-mail and choose to join the service just contact the Customer Service Center 0800 701 3001, or go to one of the seven physical service centers of the capital or in the interior agencies.

In the Digital Invoice request act it is important that the account holder has at hand documents such as identity and CPF, an energy bill, as well as the address of the e-mail address to which invoices should be sent. Joining the service is free and immediate, after the request the customer already receives an email stating that it is already registered to receive our energy bill.

The option to receive the Digital Invoice does not prevent the client to continue to receive the printed invoice in your home. The invoice sent by e-mail is exactly the same to be delivered to your address, with the same information that the consumer usually receives the printed account. Sending e-mail becomes a facility receiving, because invoices are sent immediately after their generation.

According to the Customer Care Area Manager of Eletrobras Amazonas Distribution, alcir Melo, the customer need not worry, for the Digital Invoice will arrive via e-mail address before the due date. "Eletrobras Distribution Amazon has always sought the best way to serve its customers, quickly and securely. Digital Invoice is more a means for the consumer has greater convenience for payment of their energy consumption ", Explain.

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