§ 111.11. Receipt of disclosure statement and right to rescind transaction.

 (a)  When a transaction is completed by a customer without the presence of or interaction with an agent and is not submitted to the verification process, a supplier shall provide the customer with a copy of its disclosure statement as soon as it is practical. A customer shall have the right to rescind the transaction within 3 business days after receiving the disclosure statement. See §  54.5(d) (relating to disclosure statement for residential and small business customers), which applies to EGSs, and §  62.75(d) (relating to disclosure statement for residential and small business customers), which applies to NGSs.

 (b)  After a transaction that involved an agent has been completed and verified, a supplier shall provide the customer with a copy of its disclosure statement. The disclosure statement may be provided in-person or by United States mail. The disclosure statement may be provided electronically if the customer consents to electronic delivery. A customer shall have the right to rescind the transaction within 3 business days after receiving the disclosure statement.

 (c)  There shall be a rebuttable presumption that a disclosure statement correctly addressed to a customer with sufficient first class postage attached shall be received by the customer 3 days after it has been properly deposited in the United States mail. If delivered in-person, the disclosure will be considered received by the customer on the date of delivery. If delivered electronically, the disclosure will be considered received by the customer on the date it was transmitted electronically.



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