jacquie2 wrote: »
I received what I thought was another junk mail letter from npower this morning. I was about to bin it when by chance i noticed an amount of money mentioned and decided to have a closer look. It stated I was owed £54 and to claim it had to take 2 proofs of ID to the post office, A nice surprise but I can't help thinking that it should have been in an official looking envelope and not one of the junk mail ones. Are they trying to make them look like junk so we throw them out, never claim and they save loads of money. Why not take off our next bill or send a cheque? Beware!
Kronkston wrote: »
I take it they will be paying interest on the money they stole?
emty wrote: »
I was with Npower from June 2006 to September 2010. Been on the Online v4 tariff... never changed, didn't know I needed to.
Now I'm getting back £37.50 - can't be right!
metoyoubear wrote: »
I've been with Npower for years and still am,i unexpectedly received a letter today with a refund of 12.82.
As others,i've no idea if this is correct as i'm hopeless with maths etc so can't work it out.
If you plan to get a place via 'clearing'
Lower your band & save £1,000s
Past-best-before health food etc