Collapsed: but threats to pick up the bills from these energy companies continue

  The Guardian 

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Debt collectors are still sending out demands for unsubstantiated ‘final’ sums Your article “Pay Up or Else” reported that customers of the defunct Extra Energy are being threatened over unsubstantiated final bills. I have a similar problem with Corporate Debt Solutions Global, debt collector for failed energy supplier Solarplicity. I switched from Solarplicity to Eversmart in July, three weeks before the former ceased trading, and provided up-to-date meter readings to both. In October, CDS sent a £142 final bill based on estimated figures, without explanation. I asked for a revised bill based on my readings. Instead, I received threats of legal enforcement unless I paid. My three further requests for an accurate bill have been ignored. Continue reading...
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