Looking to make your AMP Bill Payment? Or are you new to AMP and would like to learn more about the company and their services? Find out about bill payment, viewing your billing history and general contact information.
To make your AMP bill payment online click the green “Online Payment” button above to login, register, view your bill or manage your account online. Then enter your username and password and complete the prompts asking you how to manage your online payments. You will enter information for your card details, including the three-digit Card Verification Value (CVV). This appears on the back of your credit or debit card. If you have an American Express-branded card, the CVV will have four digits and will appear on the front of the card. Check the payment details and click the Confirm button to process your payment. Confirmation that your payment has been submitted will appear on your screen.
AMP allows its customers to make payments online via its Internet member platform. This platform can be used to set up regular scheduled payments from your checking account or credit card (Direct Debits) as well as PayPal, online check, personal check, money order, electronic funds transfer from your checking account and to make one off payments by credit card via any device; your laptop, PC at home or your mobile phone. You can also check and manage monthly bills online and even set up regular alerts to get your account balance. Yes it’s easy to change your policy, too! You can sign in to your policy 24/7 to change addresses, pay bills, and more
To sign up for paperless payments on your AMP Insurance bills click here. Enter your username and password to go to your account. Look for the paperless option provided to begin managing your account in a convenient and environmentally safe way.
Pay by Phone: (614-540-1111)
AMP operates a phone system allowing you to make payments. To pay over the phone call 614-540-1111 to contact Customer Contact and be directed to make a payment. Have your billing account number home phone number ready or the phone number associated with your AMP Insurance account. If you are using a credit or debit card, you need to give your card number and expiration date; if you want to pay with a checking or savings account, you’ll need to supply your account number and your bank routing number.
AMP Billing Address:
Want to mail in a payment or claim? Include the policy number on your check and make it payable to the company name found on the Payment Remittance portion of your bill, and mail to:
1111 Schrock Road, Suite 100
Columbus, Ohio 43229
AMP Insurance Customer Service:
For general inquiries, call 1-877-218-7865. You may also click here to complete a contact form and send a message.
Email your questions or concerns:
To contact AMP employees by email, use the following convention:
(first initial)(last name)@amppartners.org
Example: [email protected]
View past Bills:
AMP Insurance online accounts allow you to view past history once you are logged in your account. Click here, to enter your username and password. You can always view your billing activity from your account to make payments and past billing record.
American Municipal Power, Inc. (AMP) was founded in 1971 when a group of municipally owned electric systems joined forces to lower costs and increase the reliability of their power supply to benefit their consumer-owners. Today, AMP has grown to serve 135 members across nine states. It was founded with the purpose of providing the generation, transmission and distribution of electric power and energy to its members at lower costs.
Since 1988, American Municipal Power, Inc. (AMP) has distributed $348,000 in scholarship awards.
Their vision is to be public power’s leader in wholesale energy supply and value-added member services. AMP states their mission is to provide Members with the benefits of scale and expertise in providing and managing energy services. Today, AMP has grown to serve public power communities in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Kentucky, Virginia, West Virginia, Indiana, Maryland and a joint action agency in Delaware.
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