Consumers should bring their electric, natural
gas and phone bills to be analyzed by CUB staffers. That clinic is:
1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m., Wednesday, July 9
Senior Citizens of Logan County
2810 Woodlawn Rd.
Lincoln, IL 62656
Note: Please register for this event by calling Sen. Brady’s office,
Presenting alongside representatives from Illinois Attorney General
Lisa Madigan’s office, CUB will give consumers information on:
- CUB services, including its new office
location and its Consumer Hotline, 1-800-669-5556.
- How to spot unnecessary charges on
electric, natural gas and phone bills.
- Making the right choices in the electric
and phone markets.
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CUB Energy Saver,
www.CUBenergysaver.com, a free online service that has helped consumers cut
energy bills by an average of more than $100 a year.
CUB’s Cellphone Savings Center,
www.CUBCellPhoneSaver.com, which gives tips on how to cut wireless costs.
[Text received; ESTHER LEONARD,
CITIZENS UTILITY BOARD]
CUB, Illinois’ leading
nonprofit utility watchdog organization, is celebrating its 30th
Anniversary. Created by the Illinois Legislature, CUB opened its
doors in 1984 to represent the interests of residential and
small-business utility customers. Since then, CUB has saved
consumers more than $10 billion by helping to block rate hikes and
secure refunds. For more information, call CUB’s Consumer Hotline at
1-800-669-5556 or visit CUB’s award-winning website,