TimD wrote: »
I’ve just read the Scottish Power thread. General view is not so good so I don’t think I’ll be going with them.
How difficult is it really to calculate yourself?
All you need to know is how much per unit and if there’s any standing charge. Certain company’s only do certain areas so there can’t be that many to compare with manually, and even if there was use the comparison services see what they suggest then do your own manual checking to make sure.
Has some clever bod come up with a spreadsheet? That way we all know exactly whether we are better off or not by calculating the difference in unit price ourselves?
Why do these comparison services get say £60? Surely if the customer goes direct they should get an amount equal to it.
I can see why I have never switched so far and why people will almost always stay with existing suppliers.
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