Request for Assistance
UCAN's supports consumers by helping bridge the gap between the utility and consumer. Consumers sometimes find themselves unable to resolve disputes, concerns, requests, etc. with the utility and need the assistance of knowledgeable advocates. UCAN is there to help advocate on your behalf.
To help us help you, please complete the information below.
If you would prefer to reach us by telephone, please feel free to reach us at (619) 696-6966.
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UCAN (Utility Consumers’ Action Network) 3405 Kenyon St Ste 401 San Diego, CA 92110 619-696-6966
Thank you for submitting your request to UCAN. A UCAN representative will get back to you as soon as possible. Priority is given to requests that involve a potential shut-off of services.
It is helpful if you have all relevant paperwork handy and remember we will need to know the history of activity with the utility including previous phone calls, shut offs, unpaid bills, etc. We cannot assist you if you have not already attempted to resolve your dispute with the utility.
Again, thank you for your submission. We look forward to being able to assist you.
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