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    • Gboy
    • By Gboy 11th Aug 17, 6:16 PM
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    Changing Energy Suppliers through MSE website
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    • 11th Aug 17, 6:16 PM
    Changing Energy Suppliers through MSE website 11th Aug 17 at 6:16 PM
    Hi,
    Just joined as I'm about to change energy suppliers to make a big saving. Main problem, the wife doesn't like the fact of giving bank details on line??????
    I know, I've tried convincing her, but she's worried etc etc.
    So, question is, did anyone else have reservations about doing this through the MSE website etc. The saving are over £500 and also a cashback with PFP.
    Many thanks
    Gboy
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    • 15th Aug 17, 10:25 AM
    Hi,
    Just joined as I'm about to change energy suppliers to make a big saving. Main problem, the wife doesn't like the fact of giving bank details on line??????
    I know, I've tried convincing her, but she's worried etc etc.
    So, question is, did anyone else have reservations about doing this through the MSE website etc. The saving are over £500 and also a cashback with PFP.
    Many thanks
    Gboy
    Originally posted by Gboy
    If your wife is worried, why not switch via Energyhelpline - use the link here:
    http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/utilities/you-switch-gas-electricity

    Then you can call them up (there is even a freephone number) and you will still get £20 cashback for a dual fuel switch.
    (Don't forget to mention the MSE cashback when you call)

    You can still uses the MSE CEC for price alerts if you want, or EHL also offers a similar service of their own.
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