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Energy firms allowed to force-fit prepayment meters again


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A trio of energy companies have been given permission to begin force-fitting prepayment meters in customers’ homes again if they adhere to strict new rules, ending a near year-long moratorium on the practice.

EDF, Octopus and Scottish Power have been given the green light by the energy watchdog, Ofgem, to install prepayment meters under warrant, ending an industry-wide ban which was enforced amid an outcry over the impact on vulnerable customers.

The three suppliers will have to meet a series of requirements before forcibly installing the meters, including making 10 attempts to contact a customer and providing £30 of credit.
 
 
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I'd like to see them try!

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2 hours ago, ouija ouija said:

I'd like to see them try!

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Are you going to headbutt them like Yosser Hughes? 

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14 hours ago, Whelmar said:

Are you going to headbutt them like Yosser Hughes? 

“Geez a job”….🤣😂….

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