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TriEagle Energy Reviews
|Overall SaveOnEnergy score||4.7/5|
We’ve broken down our scoring model into three main categories:
- Customer service (Power to Choose complaint score; Satisfaction guarantee)
- Online accessibility (Online bill pay; Online chat; Access to usage alerts & trends)
- Business history (Number of years in business; Accreditation by the BBB)
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(Ratings updated 09/08/2022)
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TriEagle Energy FAQs
The energy provider will charge you an ETF of $20 a month for every month early that you cancel your contract.
Enter your ZIP code on the SaveOnEnergy marketplace to find TriEagle Energy plans available in your area. Research these plans and select the one that you want. You can review each plan’s details in the Electricity Facts Label (EFL) attached to each plan card.
From there, the process is quick and easy. We will guide you through each step and get you signed up for your new plan today.
Yes. Your monthly invoice will list how much energy you used during the billing period, your $4.95 base charge, and your taxes.
The company will check your credit, but not with the goal of denying you service. TriEagle instead checks your credit to determine if you’ll need to pay an upfront deposit for your service. If your credit score is too low, you will have to make a deposit to protect TriEagle should you not pay your bill.