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  1. Hi all, writing this for my mum as she's too stressed to think at the moment, I hope you can help us out. Some time back my mum and dad got a joint loan, she did the earning and he did the spending, she wasn't wanting the loan but was talked into it by him. A few years later they seperated and she remarried. Financialy the loan was taken over by idem servicing and the debt was just over 10k, they had both aranged to repay this equaly from June 2000. Mum stopped payment as she had paid her half, then was contacted by letter in her old name asking to get in contact for the acco
  2. British Gas is raising dual fuel bills by 5.5% hitting an estimated 4.1 million customers with a £60 a year hike. The energy giant blamed the move on rising wholesale prices and policy costs. The price of the British Gas standard variable tariff will climb by £60 to £1,161, an average 5.5% rise for a typical dual fuel customer. Mark Hodges, chief executive, Centrica Consumer, said: “We fully understand that any price increase adds extra pressure on customers’ household bills. “This increase we are announcing today is reflective of the costs we are seeing which are beyond ou
  3. Hi all I thought I would share this, I moved into my property 2 1/2 years ago, The property had storage heaters originally, so was on a Dual meter (night and Day) Now by I have had gas central heating since I have been here, Dual meters are only good for your pocket if 60% of the electric is used on the night side of the meter, I queried this and asked it to be changed as there was just over 5p per KW difference. Look's like I have just save about £400, as the company are now back dating the account with the lower rate, Worth looking into. Leakie
  4. really need some help. I have just moved in to a property with British Gas. There was some delay in getting electric connected so I complained. I am being told the Property has two mpans and British Gas don t support that. The property has a heat wise economy 10 meter. ( Even though british gas have supplied electric since 2009 they say they cant calculate ) I am also advised that they want to send back the supply to the previous supplier as an erogenous transfer to NPOWER ( i think ) from 2009 who do support Economy 10 with dual MPANS. The Meter has 5 Rates. THER
  5. Hi, My house insurance with Santander auto-renewed in September 2011. Being new to house owning, I didn't realise this could happen and took out a policy with Deeside/Aim for the same period. As it was paid by instalments, and a very busy year, I didn't notice I became aware of this when the renewal came around and contacted Santander. They said "we call this a dual insurance and will honour a 50% refund", They asked for Deeside's schedule and then refunded me 50%. I contacted Deeside, who asked for Santander's schedule and seemed to be going along with the situation. Since then they
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