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PAGE 2 | LIVEWIRE | MARCH 2016 Stay Safe, Be Prepared


Automated payments protect your card data


Save the date for a free emergency preparedness community event where TCEC will have a demonstration on generator safety. TCEC employees will also have other electrical safety information on hand and will be available to answer any questions members might have.


Date & Time: Tuesday, March 22, 5:30 to 8 p.m. Place: Texas County Activity Center 5th & Sunset, Guymon, Oklahoma


• Free meal and storm shelter giveaway • Emergency preparedness family kits giveaways • Five $100 Mitchell Theatres gift cards


No RSVP needed, just stop by and learn how to prepare yourself and your family in the event of an emergency. 


Beginning in September, members who call TCEC to make a payment will be required to do so through an automated system. TCEC is making this change as part of its commitment to become 100 percent compliant with Payment Card Industry security standards for the protection of consumers’ data during credit/debit card transactions. This change will be part of TCEC’s conversion to a new and improved enterprise software system to enhance the service the cooperative offers its members.


TCEC protects member data in other ways too. For example, only employees and trustees with security key cards can enter the cooperative’s building through secure doors. All other visitors must check in at the reception desk and be accompanied by an employee at all times in the building. Members have several options to choose from when making a payment. They can use the online system or mobile app, a payment center kiosk, drop it off in person or enroll in AutoPay. See all TCEC payment options on page four. 


Energy Efficiency Tip of the Month


Consider purchasing


rechargeable batteries – and an ENERGY STAR charger for them – which are more cost effective than disposable batteries. In the U.S. alone, more energy- efficient battery chargers could save families more than $170 million annually.


Source: energy.gov


Electrical Safety Tip of the Month


Use a surge protector to protect your computer and other electronic equipment from damage caused by voltage changes.


Source: Electrical Safety Foundation International


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