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    • wowojulie
    • By wowojulie 2nd Apr 19, 8:34 PM
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    “Look After My Bills”
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    • 2nd Apr 19, 8:34 PM
    “Look After My Bills” 2nd Apr 19 at 8:34 PM
    I keep seeing an advert on Facebook for an online company called “Look After My Bills”. Has anyone else heard of them or used them at all please?
    WoWoJulie
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    • arthur2
    • By arthur2 15th Jan 20, 8:24 PM
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    arthur2
    Beware of unwanted switching!
    I foolishly gave them my details some time ago, probably October. In early November the MSE Energy Club recommended Scottish Power, and I initiated a switch, which duly completed 26/11/2019. On Christmas Day (really!) I received an email from LAMB telling me they were about to switch me. Unfortunately, they were switching me to a company (Together Energy) who are clearly more expensive than what I had chosen with SP.

    I emailed saying I wished to stay with SP. LAMB wanted my date of birth to stop, but I had no recollection of ever giving them it, so I refused.

    I have now spent over two weeks telling both SP, LAMB and Together Energy, that I am staying with SP. Today I told them that if they failed to go away I would notify Ofgem.
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    Arthur
    • Talldave
    • By Talldave 15th Jan 20, 9:40 PM
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    Talldave
    I foolishly gave them my details some time ago, probably October. In early November the MSE Energy Club recommended Scottish Power, and I initiated a switch, which duly completed 26/11/2019. On Christmas Day (really!) I received an email from LAMB telling me they were about to switch me. Unfortunately, they were switching me to a company (Together Energy) who are clearly more expensive than what I had chosen with SP.

    I emailed saying I wished to stay with SP. LAMB wanted my date of birth to stop, but I had no recollection of ever giving them it, so I refused.

    I have now spent over two weeks telling both SP, LAMB and Together Energy, that I am staying with SP. Today I told them that if they failed to go away I would notify Ofgem.
    Originally posted by arthur2
    I don't understand why you would do that? That's like employing a chauffeur but insisting on sitting in the front and trying to steer - you rapidly crash, which is what has happened here. But what does the contract with them say? What have you actually signed up to?
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