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    • hello my very good helpful friend. I am afraid to say that i did not. As i did not realise the relevance of it.   Should i be doing this right now of anyone on my credit file ?   Plz don't give me grief if u have already advised me...   do i do the ccs request now to everybody in that thread ?    
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Npower Electric can not understand how they can get away with what they have done to me.

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:mad2: Good Evening,

I leased a business and took over on the 9th April 2018 a Sandwich Shop and the Proprietor who we took over from had her Electricity under contract with Npower.


The previous owner and I took a reading on the day we moved in and they moved out.

The reading was 91738 and that was given to Npower on the 9th April 2018,


I then kept trying to contact them for us to get prices from them so we could compare with other Electricity companies and see who we wanted to be in contact with.


Npower said that they would get back to me on the 10th April 2018 and I heard nothing from them


I went into contract with another company.

The previous owner was on the tariff of 12.45 P/KW and 22.5055p a day.


I have just received a bill for the period of 9th April 2018 to 7th May 2018 and Npower have charged me 29.030p p/kw and 63.79 per day Which is outrages


I do not understand why it took them so long to get back to me and why they did not give me a price quote when I:mad2: spoke to them on the 10th April.


I feel that they have taken advantage of my situation.

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Npower get away with this kind of thing because nobody ever really bothers to challenge them. Npower know they can get away with poor customer treatment even though they pick up massive fines from time to time – it seems they're not really bothered.


Anyway, you've given us rates and tariffs what does it all come to in terms of total value?

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I think the way forward here is to speak to your new energy supplier and ask them to sort this out with NPower. The Industry Operations staff at your new energy company will contact NPower and make sure that you are not billed twice, once by new supplier and again by NPower.


For the period between 9th April and when you started with new energy supplier, you will be required to pay the standard business rate NPower charge. The usage should be worked out, because you gave the opening reading for NPower and you gave your new energy supplier the opening reading when you contracted with them. Your new energy supplier will tell NPower the date you switched to them and the meter reading at that date. NPower will then produce a revised bill based on their standard business tariff.


If you do this, it should all be sorted without too much contact with NPower.

We could do with some help from you.



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