The Current Traps On Power To Choose

The top plans on Power To Choose are advertising a rate of about 5¢/kWh. That rate sounds too good to be true, and in reality it isn't true. If you sign up for one of these plans, you will almost certainly end up paying more. Many of the plans that appear near the top of the list use one or more of the following tricks to sell consumers on one rate and then charge them another:

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Beware of Minimum Usage Credits - Whiteboard Video

Penny power isn't realistic. Sign up for one of these plans, and you may be in for an unpleasant surprise on your electricity bill.

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Beware of Minimum Usage Credits - Infographic

Here is one of the ways that consumers can be misled on Power To Choose and similar web sites.

Infographic about minimum usage charges in electricity plans

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