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Scottish Power customers Take Note!


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Glad i am not with them! but in the same breathe other companies will follow suit but for now we are safe, Interesting story i was ready yesterday and if i find the link il post it,

About WHY when the price of a barrel of oil goes down is it that the price of petrol still stays high in the forecourts? and why does the energy companies keep their prices high when there is a window open for them to reduce them?

In fact the price of energy in the uk is becoming daylight robbery but we cant do a lot to stop them?

Scottish power customers are soon to be hit with a Massive 19% increase on gas and 10% on electricity!! Thats a very large increase to take in one go so if you use SP for your gas and electricity you will be getting a 28% increase overall?


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I've already instigated the move.

Scottish Power say I can move without penalty which is helpful.......I only joined them early this year and have only had one bill.

Anybody moving should go via a site that gives cashback.......it offsets any penalty incurred in moving before the minimum contract date.

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oresome, that's a good idea about the cashback.

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