Watt a shock!
Should you’ve ever groused about hovering utility prices, you’ve acquired nothing on Mary Horomanski, of Erie, Pa.
Her December electrical invoice was greater than $284 billion — sure, with a B.
“My eyes nearly popped out of my head,” Horomanski, 58, instructed the Erie Instances-Information. “We had put up Christmas lights and I puzzled if we had put them up incorrect.”
There was nothing incorrect with the bulbs — the error concerned the bill from Penelec energy firm.
After a telephone name to report the blunder, Horomanski’s invoice was adjusted to replicate the proper fee of $284.46.
“I can’t recall ever seeing a invoice for billions of ,” Penelec spokesman Mark Durbin instructed the Morning Name. “We admire the client’s willingness to achieve out to us concerning the mistake.”
The vitality firm can add one other tip to its on-line tip brochure known as “Greater than 100 methods to enhance your electrical invoice.”
Placing the decimal level in the correct place when the invoice is ready is an effective place to begin.