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Graybar Web Site Support
You can also use the Online Chat functionality of the site. Just click on “Need Help?” on the top of your screen next to the Shopping Cart, and click on?the Live Chat option.
In addition, many answers for common web site questions are listed in our Online Store Help section, including FAQs about types of online accounts. tracking orders, shipping information, and payment options.
Graybar BillPay?is a new web site where you can view your bills, check account balances, make payments and more.
Please note that this site requires a separate login and password than the main Graybar.com site for security reasons. ??
For questions about using the new Graybar BillPay site for online payments?(billpay.graybar.com),?please email?ARQuestions@graybar.com.
Our corporate headquarters is located at 34 N. Meramec Avenue;?St. Louis, Missouri, 63105.
If you have a media or interview request please contact our Corporate Communications Department by email at firstname.lastname@example.org?or by using the address below:
11885 Lackland Road
St. Louis, MO 63146
Please be advised that Graybar Electric Company, Inc. is aware of several false collection claims that have been sent to law firms around the country.? The perpetrators identify themselves as members of companies with whom Graybar has allegedly done business.
While the scam is constantly evolving, Graybar has seen the perpetrators use the names “Advanced Technologies” and/or Power Technology,” neither one of which are entities with whom Graybar has done business.
The correspondence typically: a) alleges that Graybar breached its contract with the fraudulent identity; b) includes a cashier’s check; and c) requests the law firm’s checking account routing number and other bank information.? Please be advised that this correspondence is fraudulent, and is simply an attempt to obtain the law firm’s checking account number.
Graybar is also aware of a scam perpetrated by a Company identifying itself as “Advanced Telecommunications Systems Company Limited.” (Advanced Telecommunications).
Advanced Telecommunications has contacted several law firms alleging that Graybar breached its contract with Advanced Telecommunications.? The correspondence typically includes a cashier’s check and requests the law firm’s checking account routing number.?
Graybar has never done business with any entity called “Advanced Telecommunications.? The correspondence is fraudulent and is simply an attempt to obtain the law firm’s checking account number.