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  1. I had never done it and I was afraid. I have done it now. The meter is mine.
  2. @dx100uk I believe I have read in another thread that is not the best option just in case it is not mine? Again, if I confirm that it is indeed mine. What is the next step?
  3. @dx100ukIt just moved less than decimals because we briefly used hot water, while the other one increased by 3m^3. So, how should I proceed? Do I just call EON and make them aware? How will the charge or refund me if they do not know the initial number for the meter (the one 1 year ago in the meter I should have been reading)? Thanks!
  4. But my consumption now seems to agree with the one that doesn't have any number. I stopped using any gas and remained fairly constant
  5. So, the reason why I am concern about this is that new numbers have been written on top of all the meters of the building I live in, but one. The number that appeared on the meter that I use is not the one that corresponds with my flat. Additionally, my flat number does not appear on any meter. For some reason I did not quote you earlier. Thank you both again!
  6. Well the point is to clarify whether I am using a different meter. In the bills the meter that appears is the one that I am using, but as I said, a different number to my flat number recently appeared in there.
  7. Do you mean the gas meter outside the flat? Which one should I turn off then? Because I might turn off my neighbour's meter.
  8. Hello and thank you for the detailed answer. I have checked that website. The MPRN matches with my bill and the gas supplier appears as EON. Then, out of curiosity I checked my neighbour supplier. I know that they have the electricity with EON based on their smart meter, but their gas supplier is British Gas. I do not know how frequent it is to have different suppliers. Either way, It seems like EON is supplying my flat (based on those numbers), but I still have doubts with regards to which one is my meter and whether I am right when thinking that I am using the wrong meter. Any suggestions from this point? Hi! Thanks for the answer. I am afraid I will have to do it. I just want to be certain before going down that road. Additionally, how will they evaluate my consumption if there is no initial reading to estimate from? Many thanks!!
  9. Hello all, I hope you can assist me, as I am quite lost and confused at the moment. Two years ago I moved to my actual flat. Throughout this time I have been with EDF first and now EON. When I moved in, my landlord didn't quite know which one was my meter and I picked the one that I believed was mine (now reading you I know I should have done a burner test..). During this time, I have been paying my bills and submitting the numbers that I believed mine, which actually agreed with my consuming patterns. Today, all the meters appeared with numbers, but the one next to the one that I was using, which appeared with a different flat number. As you might have guessed, none of them had my flat number. I have just made the test and it looks like that one may be mine. Now, how should I proceed? I have been paying bills is not like I wanted to avoid paying, but clearly there has been an issue. Could you please advice me on how to proceed? Lastly, in terms of meter serial number, the one that I was using matches my bill and I guess my neighbor bill. The additional doubt I have is, who is paying for my meter and why are they still providing me with gas if no one is paying the one that seems to be my real meter. Many thanks!
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