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MC2 is required by law to send letters to all eligible participants to notify them of the new agreement terms and to provide them with the option to "OPT OUT" or "OPT IN" before the City of Rolling Meadows enrollments become effective. Click here for an example of an "OPT OUT" letter; click here for an example of an "OPT IN" letter.
This is normal and part of the program. If you received this letter, it is either because:
You are still supporting our electricity aggregation program even if you remain on ComEd service.
MC2 will automatically enroll you in the type of service that is most advantageous to our electricity aggregation program. No action is necessary. If you were not moved to MC2 service but you wish to explicitly opt-in to have MC2 serve as your electric provider, you must take action to enroll. Visit www.mc2energyservices.com/special (enter promo code "Rolling Meadows") or call (833) 879-0713, Monday - Friday, 8 am to 5 pm. If you wish to enroll, you will never pay more than the ComEd rate. There are no enrollment or early termination fees.
If you received an opt-out letter but do not wish to have MC2 serve as your electric provider, you must take action. You received a postage-prepaid reply card with your opt-out letter that you can return to MC2. You may also call (833) 879-0713 , Monday - Friday, 8 am to 5 pm or email email@example.com. However, if at any time you wish to return to ComEd service, there is no termination fee.
MC Squared Energy Services, LLC (MC2) is the only vendor endorsed by the City of Rolling Meadows. Any solicitor who comes to your door or calls asking you to switch to a new supplier is not associated with the City of Rolling Meadows' Electrical Aggregation Program, MC2 or ComEd.
Marketers may visit your home or call you with the goal of switching you to a different electricity supplier. Some of these marketers may be aggressive and may misrepresent themselves to you, offering a "utility rebate program" that could result in your electricity supply being priced much higher than the ComEd rate after a short-term "teaser" rate. The Illinois Attorney General recently negociated a $2.65 million settlement with a retail energy marketing company based in part on allegations of aggressive marketing claims.
Here are some simple steps that yo ucan take to avoid becoming a victim of an energy scam: