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  1. Hi All Sorry I haven't posted - been a busy week. A lot has happened this week. Firstly, I was able to buy an energy monitor from a boot sale for a bargain (£3) on Saturday, which, after installing, has given me a massive insight into what we are using and where it's being used the most. The panel heaters in the bedrooms are chewing up the most electric - they are large and, although the're on LED timers, there are old. So we're putting them on only when we need them until the warmer weather kicks in. All the figures for our usage that corresponds with the readings ar
  2. Thanks for the advice Malc and Nottslad Will carry out all these checks tomorrow. In the meantime have a good weekend. Lawrence
  3. Hi Malc Yes, your review of the situation is pretty much spot on. I wonder if you can ask the right dept to send me the Final Resolution letter as, although the complaint has been running for a year, I am not sure whether or not it was closed last year. All the bills I have received have been estimated. I am unsure of the reason behind the £560 as I haven't been told - possibly accurate readings. I have started checking the meter at regular intervals and will do a check as per Crappoman's suggestion. Cheers for now Lawrence
  4. Thanks Crappoman, I have them here. Will run through the figures.
  5. HI Crappoman Thanks . I will do the fault check on the meter, but this meter was installed in March 15 and I don't have the meter reading from when we moved in.
  6. Hi all Apologies for the length and the sarcasm of this post but as in the title - this has been going on a long time and was on the phone for an hour to Eon today. We moved in to our 3 bed terraced in Nov 13 and kept with Eon as the supplier. The house has no gas but we noticed old storage heaters downstairs that I removed as I knew they were expensive to use (and in one case, broken anyway). As we have two meters, one that runs the heaters and the other runs all other services, I was under the impression that, when I asked them to, Eon would arrange the removal of one met
  7. As already said, you need to scan the yellow copy loan agreement up for us to see. Delete all your personal info on MS paint and put up here on a pdf file (you can find free pdf converters online) Then we can give you further advice. Law
  8. You may not be the font of all the angles, but you know more than I and I'm grateful for that. Thanks for all your help on this one so far. Will keep you, Citizen8 (and anyone else reading the thread) updated over the next few weeks/months. I need to talk to my friend over our general financial situ anyway. Thanks again Law
  9. I see what you are saying dx. Do you want the next letter on here when I receive it? Also, would it be worth running it past an IFA friend of mine who deals with debt to try and kill it off? Law
  10. Hi Guys Can anyone help me on what I should be doing to ensure I only pay what I owe and not the charges and penalties made on the account? Thanks in advance Lawrence
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