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Greetings All.

Like most people here at Lakeside, I'm lucky if I receive a bill in the mail from CFE once a year.

I figured out how to access my account online. By that I mean that I can login, but I cannot view my bill.

Under Mi Cuenta, I click on Consulta tu Recibo but nothing comes up. Does anyone else do this? Am I clicking on the right thing?

Thanks.

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Old 28th August 2011, 04:38 PM
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Greetings All.

Like most people here at Lakeside, I'm lucky if I receive a bill in the mail from CFE once a year.

I figured out how to access my account online. By that I mean that I can login, but I cannot view my bill.

Under Mi Cuenta, I click on Consulta tu Recibo but nothing comes up. Does anyone else do this? Am I clicking on the right thing?

Thanks.

I just registered on CFE online.

I got as far as seeing the PDF icons for my account. When clicking on them nothing happened either. Nice that they have an option "English".

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Old 29th August 2011, 06:46 PM
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I just registered on CFE online.

I got as far as seeing the PDF icons for my account. When clicking on them nothing happened either. Nice that they have an option "English".
Strange coincidence...I just registered this morning as well. Same stuff you guys are seeing. None of the info comes up.

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Strange coincidence...I just registered this morning as well. Same stuff you guys are seeing. None of the info comes up.
I was not expecting to see the "English" icon on that website and have some of the site in English.

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CFE bills do not arrive "by mail" but are delivered by courier. Ours arrive regularly and dependably in Chapala Centro and, before that, in Ajijic Centro. I understand that some fraccionamientos receive CFE bills for everyone at the office, rather than at each home.
Do you have a 'buzon' on the front of your home to receive the CFE bill, or mail? Do your neighbors get theirs? Of course, if you rent, they may be going elsewhere; like to the landlord, property manager or even a bank.

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CFE bills do not arrive "by mail" but are delivered by courier. Ours arrive regularly and dependably in Chapala Centro and, before that, in Ajijic Centro. I understand that some fraccionamientos receive CFE bills for everyone at the office, rather than at each home.
Do you have a 'buzon' on the front of your home to receive the CFE bill, or mail? Do your neighbors get theirs? Of course, if you rent, they may be going elsewhere; like to the landlord, property manager or even a bank.
Mine come to my rented house..in the landlords name but with my address. I have a mailbox but I usually find them under my windshield wiper, front door handle, or just thrown on the ground. Its like an Easter Egg hunt every month. What I DO NOT like is that they only give you 10-12 days to pay the bill. I usually pay at OXXO or Soriana, but if the bill is just 1 day past due, then you need to find the CFE office thats local.

The CFE website does not have a list of offices in Monterrey from what I have found. I did find one through some friends and I need to go there today or tomorrow to pay...its 4 days overdue.
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Go to this CFE website and enter your state and city to find an office nearest your home:
En CFE - CFE

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Go to this CFE website and enter your state and city to find an office nearest your home:
En CFE - CFE
I must have been blind!!! Thanks RV! However, the office that I am going to pay my bill at is not located on the map search.

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Must be a new one!

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Must be a new one!
from what I heard its 8+ years old....maybe I'm not looking in the right area of Monterrey. Thanks again for the heads up.

Going back to the English translated page version...its good to see some reciprocity in Mexicos online services. Seems that the US has been doing it for the last 5 years very well. You would be hard pressed to find any US based company website (banks, utilities, mortgages) that is without a Spanish translation.

Nice to see that are thinking about us little guys!

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