YEC’s new program CheckOut by PayGo allows our members to pay their electric bill conveniently at the counter of local retail locations like 7-Eleven, Dollar General, CVS Pharmacy, Walgreens, Family Dollar and other independent locations displaying the green ice cream cone! For the low cost of $1.50, ask the cashier to scan your PayGo barcode located on the back of your billing statement, tell them how much you’d like to pay, check out with your purchases and the payment will post to your account immediately.
Get your barcode, find store locations, and pay where you shop
Three easy steps to use CheckOut by PayGo!
- Get your Barcode – Print it, email it to yourself, or save it as a picture on your mobile device.
- Find locations – Look for the closest participating retailer that can scan your barcode to post a payment.
- Scan Barcode at Cashier – When you are ready to pay your YEC bill, simply have the cashier scan the barcode and tell them how much you want to pay. It’s that easy!
What locations support CheckOut by PayGo near me?
Get your barcode to use CheckOut by PayGo!
- Enter your YEC account number without any dashes
- Press ‘Find Your Account’
- Verify the house number shown is your street address
- Press “get your barcode”
- Print, Email or Snap a picture of your barcode
CheckOut by PayGo FAQ
Over 50,000 retailers participate in the network including Walmart, Dollar General, CVS, Walgreens, Speedway, 7-Eleven, and Family Dollar. Use this interactive map to find retailers in your area.
Do some retail locations only accept a printed/physical barcode and others accept digital as well as printed?
The acceptance method is specified on the map of CheckOut retailers. The current retailers participating in the program accept both paper and digital, but it is possible for an individual retailer or even a new retailer to have legacy scanning equipment that can only accept printed barcodes. In this case, members would need to provide a printed copy.
At the time of the transaction, the retailer can cancel a payment prior to a receipt being generated. If a member requires a refund after the payment has been made, he or she will need to contact York Electric Cooperative.
No. The retailer does not have access to the balance information. The member is required to tell the cashier at the retailer how much they want to pay.
No. While the member has the ability to make multiple payments across member account numbers, they must have downloaded or printed the barcode for each of the individual accounts they wish to pay.
Yes. All members will have their unique barcode printed on the back of their billing statement.
A fee of $1.50 per transaction is charged to the member at the retail location when a payment is initiated.
Payments made at participating retailers are applied in real time to the account balance.
First, the YEC member obtains their unique barcode. The member can visit any participating local retailer to pay their bill. The cashier at the retailer scans the member’s barcode and accepts their payment. The member’s payment is posted in real-time to his or her account.