Provided and Underwritten by ACE American Insurance Company
Natural catastrophes and severe storms often serve as a wake-up call to be better prepared. The Disaster Protection Plan (DPP) is an affordable insurance policy that provides a financial safety net if disaster strikes your home. DPP protects you against gaps in coverage with great benefits, including:
- Up to $3,000 in emergency cash benefits
- $500 property insurance deductible reimbursement (subject to policy limits)
- $50 lockout reimbursement for those times when you were sure you had your keys
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PA Tax Notification: Pennsylvania sales or use tax may be due in connection with the purchase and delivery of tangible personal property to Pennsylvania individuals and businesses. Pennsylvania requires the purchaser to file a use tax return if tax is due and the tax was not collected by the seller. Please visit this link to learn more about your use tax obligations under Pennsylvania law. The seller to which you are being referred may or may not collect and remit sales tax. If the seller to whom you are being referred does not collect sales tax, the seller may be required to provide information to you and the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue about the purchase and the potential use tax liability. This notice is required pursuant to the provisions of the Tax Reform Code of 1971. 72 P.S. § 7213.2.
The customer is not required to purchase the good or service from FirstEnergy or the FirstEnergy operating company and the good or service may be obtained from other suppliers. A customer's decision to receive or not receive the good or service from FirstEnergy or the FirstEnergy operating company will not influence the delivery of competitive or non-competitive retail electric service to that customer by FirstEnergy or the FirstEnergy operating company. For Ohio customers, the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio does not regulate this optional service and has no authority to investigate complaints about this optional service.