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    • By MSE Andrew Verified User verified user 1st Aug 16, 2:54 PM
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    Affect Energy Reviews: Give your feedback
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    • 1st Aug 16, 2:54 PM
    Affect Energy Reviews: Give your feedback 1st Aug 16 at 2:54 PM
    This is a feedback thread on energy supplier

    Affect Energy

    Please share your experience with other MoneySavers. Click reply to take part
    • Did you switch go smoothly?
    • Have you had problems since?
    • Is it easy to contact?
    The feedback comes as part of the

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    Last edited by MSE Andrea; 07-09-2017 at 4:17 PM.
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    • Paulee
    • By Paulee 18th Aug 17, 9:57 PM
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    Paulee
    Excellent!
    I've used many energy companies over the years, always looking for the best deal, some have been dreadful and others, not bad. I moved to Affect in January and after a couple of months also moved my mother to them as well. To date they are the best energy company I have been with and I've been delighted with their customer service. Just hoping that this continues and that I get a good deal when my fixed tariff ends in Feb '18
    • Pete_Harman
    • By Pete_Harman 11th Oct 17, 1:38 PM
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    Pete_Harman
    I moved to Affect Energy in February, on their 12-month fixed rate. They are a great company to deal with (their phone is answered by a REAL PERSON who is polite and helpful), the switch went through without problems. The only downside is that they don't support smart meters yet, so my British Gas monitor sits unlit on the shelf and I have to give monthly readings through their website. Overall would recommend them.
    • kaz21again
    • By kaz21again 15th Oct 17, 10:50 AM
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    kaz21again
    Positive recommendation
    I too switched to Affect last March. Switch process was easy and Affect handled it properly. Old supplier proved true to experience and took until June (3 phone calls and several emails later) to work out final bill in spite of Affect giving the meter reading on date of switch. I cannot fault Affect to date. Would recommend them totally.
    • Annieddiva
    • By Annieddiva 29th Oct 17, 5:32 PM
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    Annieddiva
    Fantastic!
    We moved to Affect Energy in May and everything went smoothly and get email reminders to take a monthly meter reading. Plus I recently got in touch as I thought it might be better to switch to a different rate, and got a really easy to understand reply - I'm truly loving this company, and love that you can do it all online, unlike my experience with SSE as my postcode is known as a PES border postcode,
    this means that the postcode borders 2 different supply areas so they won't let me do changes online, unlike Affect Energy!

    • Frugaljack
    • By Frugaljack 5th Nov 17, 12:08 PM
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    Frugaljack
    Efficient people
    I switched to Affect when the MSE fix with British Gas ran out in February and everything has gone smoothly. They are refreshing people to deal with. The only thing I do not like (though it is common practice) is that although I give them meter readings every month, they charge me a twelfth of their estimated annual bill, instead of the bill for my actual usage, as British Gas did. The result is that they currently hold £580 of my money, which I would prefer to be in my own bank account! I'll have to see what deal they offer me when the contract runs out next February.
    • nickwill2803
    • By nickwill2803 6th Nov 17, 7:03 PM
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    nickwill2803
    Efficient People
    Hi Frugaljack
    Have a word with the support crew about cutting your monthly DD and ask for a refund of some or all of your overpayment, be aware though that as the weather gets colder your usage may rise so you may want to keep some credit on your account.
    • m0bov
    • By m0bov 16th Nov 17, 5:54 PM
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    m0bov
    Looks like i might be moving to them soon!
    • Peter O
    • By Peter O 29th Nov 17, 5:42 PM
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    Peter O
    Excellent! I'm renewing with Affect Energy for a second year
    I have just renewed with Affect Energy for another 12 months and I'm on the Fixed Saver October 2018 tariff - one of the cheapest quoted by the MSE Cheap Energy Club in October 2017.
    Highly recommended.


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    • tecstar
    • By tecstar 4th Dec 17, 8:24 AM
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    tecstar
    I have just renewed with Affect Energy for another 12 months and I'm on the Fixed Saver October 2018 tariff - one of the cheapest quoted by the MSE Cheap Energy Club in October 2017.
    Highly recommended.


    .
    Originally posted by Peter O
    I am hoping their tariff stays low so I will also renew in a coupel of months. Very happy customer.
    • tecstar
    • By tecstar 17th Jan 18, 8:39 PM
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    tecstar
    I am coming up for renewal and a quick check shows a small saving to be made, but I think I might stick with Affect as i have been very pleased with their service this year. Anyone else?
    • craigr98
    • By craigr98 18th Jan 18, 6:17 AM
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    craigr98
    I am coming up for renewal and a quick check shows a small saving to be made, but I think I might stick with Affect as i have been very pleased with their service this year. Anyone else?
    Originally posted by tecstar
    I got my renewal email yesterday and they still seem fairly cheap, although prices have gone up, have been looking at the unit rates. I was considering switching to Bulb Energy, they are cheaper for gas but not electricity when compared to Affect.
    • Paulee
    • By Paulee 18th Jan 18, 2:15 PM
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    Paulee
    I switched to Affect 12 months ago, also moved my mum and recommended them to all of our friends. After years of crap suppliers they're a breath of fresh air and I'm very pleased with their service. My renewal has come through, offering their Fixed January'19v2. It has gone up, but I never did choose them because they are the cheapest. The only other supplier to consider for me is Avro, fixed 12 months, this works out £119/yr cheaper and has a high customer rating of 73%. I think that I will stay with Affect, but I'm considering moving because it's in my money saving nature. What do you think?
    • tecstar
    • By tecstar 18th Jan 18, 9:15 PM
    • 47 Posts
    • 7 Thanks
    tecstar
    I switched to Affect 12 months ago, also moved my mum and recommended them to all of our friends. After years of crap suppliers they're a breath of fresh air and I'm very pleased with their service. My renewal has come through, offering their Fixed January'19v2. It has gone up, but I never did choose them because they are the cheapest. The only other supplier to consider for me is Avro, fixed 12 months, this works out £119/yr cheaper and has a high customer rating of 73%. I think that I will stay with Affect, but I'm considering moving because it's in my money saving nature. What do you think?
    Originally posted by Paulee
    I'm tempted to stay unless someone like Avro has a high enough rating. I might check them out but I have no qualms in staying with Affect for £119.
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