Energy customers set for refunds when direct debits are too high
17/03/2021 | news | business | 591
Energy regulator Ofgem says customers' overpayments are being used to pay for "unsustainable business".
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17/03/2021 10:53:03 19 3
bbc
Not a huge surprise that energy suppliers have been 'harvesting' our money.
Not sure if my company would 'get away with it' if we 'randomly' charged for things we hadn't supplied?
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17/03/2021 11:30:09 21 6
bbc
Please note, beeb, that electricity costs are not all they seem.

If you left your phone on charge for 50 days solid, it would only cost £1.

If you left a single light bulb on for 2 weeks, it would only cost £1.

A washing machine is only 0.15p per wash.

A fridge freezer is 10p per day.

Watching a TV program for 30 minutes is 1.5p

SO WHERE DOES THE REST OF THE BILL COME FROM?
That's -all- the electricity you use in a month, is it?

It certainly isn't powering your "brain"!
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