A Pennsylvania woman checked her electric bill earlier this month and found she owed more than $28 billion.
The company told her that she had until November 2018 to pay that amount, which, while a lot less than the initial billions, is still a bit larger than usual.
"We had Christmas lights outside, but we don't have the Christmas Vacation lights", Horomanski said.
Penelec, Horomanski's provider, later confirmed that an error had been made after the family contacted the utility company.
"It was like, well, I guess we have a year to come up with this billion-dollar bill".
Penelec spokesman Mark Durbin said somehow the decimal point was in the wrong spot.
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It was only after Horomanski's online statement was fixed that it reflected the due amount as $284.46.
But until the error was figured out, Horomanski wondered if maybe her family was at fault.
"My eyes just about popped out of my head", she told the Erie Times-News.
Horomanski's experience with the massive bill gave her an idea for a unique Christmas present.
An Erie, Pennsylvania woman was surprised this week with an electric bill which equaled almost the entire GDP of the country of Chile, the Erie Times-News reported. "We appreciate the customer's willingness to reach out to us about the mistake", Durbin told the newspaper.