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Scottish Power in the dark about my mother’s electricity supply

Published on Wednesday 31st of May 2017 06:00:16 AM in Guardian

I manage my elderly mother’s financial affairs. I noticed over a year ago that there was no sign of electricity payments on her bank statements, despite the fact she had a dual-fuel contract with E.ON.E.ON told me that her electricity account had been closed. I discovered ...

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