YVEA now takes payments at City Market — other payment options available too | CraigDailyPress.com

YVEA now takes payments at City Market — other payment options available too

YVEA will now take payments at City Market.

“We are always trying to improve our customer service experience with our members. We located a temporary office at Yampa Valley Bank in Craig last year, but have continued to search for a permanent solution. We have received feedback from our members that the bank location has not accommodated them in the way we had hoped,” YVEA said in a news release. “After exploring our options

we will no longer have a customer service location at the bank, but will offer a payment option at City Market beginning in April.”

Members can make cash payments at the City Market customer service desk and check

payments using YVEA’s drop box already located at the grocery store.

The service desk will also have connect/disconnect service forms.

YVEA is asking customers to allow one to two business days for processing payments made at the City Market location.

YVEA offers many other payment options:
YVEA offers many other payment options:


YVEA offers many other payment options:

For immediate payment on accounts use debit/credit or ach payments:

· 24 hour secure poay-by-phone: 970-871-2260

· Download the SmartHub app on your mobile device or pay online at

http://www.yvea.com

Other drop box locations for check payments:Other drop box locations for check payments:

Other drop box locations for check payments:

(Allow one to two business days for processing)

· Steamboat: U.S. Highway 40 – (near deliver gate)

· Steamboat – Main Office – 2211 Elk River Road

· City Market in Steamboat

· Hayden Mercantile

U.S. MAIL: (Allow three to seven business days for processing)

· 3715 E. U.S. Highway 40, Craig, CO 81626

· 2211 Elk River Road, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

If you should have any questions, call 970-879-1160.




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