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  1. Hi, Can anyone give me some advice please. Thames Water have suddenly announced that a meter was fitted to my business premises in 2001, and that since then no-one at the premises has ever been billed. They state they have a right to backdate bills for 6 years, and took a reading over an 18 days and have promptly delivered to me a bill for £26,575. I took the premises over in Aug 2006, but pay within my Landlord Service Charge a contribution monthly under the heading 'water meter'. We therefore assumed this was for the water. The landlord now says the meter that Thames Water have discovered is nothing to do with him. I have asked Thames Water to send an engineer to show me where this meter is, (it is in the street away from my business) and requested they prove it feeds my business only and none of the residential apartments of business within the main building under which is my business. They have no explanation as to why they have not billed anyone for 13 years! Advice urgently required as I do not have the funds for £26,575 bill even if they spread it over 2 years as they have currently offered! I have no issue paying ongoing monthly charges that are right and just but cannot afford to back pay their error over the last 6 years. Is there anything I can do?? thanks DEC.
  2. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2276779/A-costly-mistake-Hairdresser-loses-26-000-paying-wages-wrong-account--realising-years.html
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