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    • JackieD63
    • By JackieD63 7th Jul 18, 11:09 AM
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    EDF warmwise tariff or standard variable
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    • 7th Jul 18, 11:09 AM
    EDF warmwise tariff or standard variable 7th Jul 18 at 11:09 AM
    Hi All
    I am currently on a warmwise tariff with EDF, Daytime, evening and weekends, nightime rates.
    My DD per month was 40. Apparently that wasn't covering my usage, so I ended up with a 400 debt in 6 months. They decided to increase my DD to 165 pm which I told them I couldn't afford. In the last 3 weeks my DD has gone from 165 to 145 to 76 to 113.
    Last week I paid 110 to pay off the original debt, they then set up a DD for this amount to be paid fortnightly without my knowledge. I have now cancelled both!!
    I really need to change energy suppliers but can't find any with this tariff.
    I live in a small one bed flat and am at work 40hrs a week and out 2 evenings a week. I have my hot water and underfloor heating on the cheapest overnight rate.
    Would I be better off investing in a few oil filled radiators which I can turn on and off as needed and not using the underfloor heating, which is wasted anyway as im not indoors, and have a standard variable tariff?
    It's all too confusing !!!
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    • JJ Egan
    • By JJ Egan 7th Jul 18, 11:32 AM
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    • 7th Jul 18, 11:32 AM
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    • 7th Jul 18, 11:32 AM
    Cancelled DD does this mean your are now not paying your debt / do you owe money on current consumption .
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