Help someone with a gift of electricity
by Rocky Mountain Power
November 21, 2012
When you think about it, electricity is one of our most essential, versatile public services. It does our work, makes life comfortable and safe, powers our communications and entertainment. It can also be a great gift.
Maybe you’re a parent who wants to help out a struggling college student or young family just starting out. Perhaps you know a neighbor who needs some extra help. Maybe you’re trying to select the perfect holiday present. Consider a Rocky Mountain Power gift payment.
"You can choose whatever amount you would like to give," said Karen Gilmore, vice president of customer service. "One of our customer service representatives can help you choose an amount to give if you’d like some help deciding."
The best way to make your gift payment is by personal check through the mail. Send your gift to:
Rocky Mountain Power
Attention: Gift Payments
P.O. Box 25308
Salt Lake City, UT 84125
Write your check to Rocky Mountain Power and indicate "Gift Payment" on the memo line. Please include a note with the following information: your contact name and phone number; the name and address of the customer receiving the gift payment. Please also indicate if you would like the payment to be anonymous, or if you want an acknowledgment letter sent to the customer.
If you have any questions about gift payments, you can call Rocky Mountain Power’s customer service representatives any time, toll-free, at 1-888-221-7070. They will be happy to help you.
You can also pay by telephone using a personal check or credit card. Each of these payment methods requires a $2.80 convenience fee, which is charged by a third party vendor to process the payment.
For payments by telephone, call our toll-free number 1-888-221-7070 and have the following additional information ready:
• For check payments, the numbers across the bottom of your check and the dollar amount you wish to pay.
• For credit card payments, your credit or debit card number and expiration date and the zip code where your credit card statement is mailed.