ENERGY CONTRACT TERMINATION
Something that catches out many businesses is submitting notice to terminate your contract in time. Sounds simple enough but many suppliers only allow you a small window of time to notify them before the contract end date.
Example below from one supplier:
"Notice must be given 120-90 days before your CED" "Should you not terminate then your contract will renew as per statement of renewal rates for a period of 12 months"
If you don't terminate you could be rolled over onto a new contract as above and at much higher prices.
PAYING TOO MUCH VAT
We still find business energy customers paying too much VAT, not only are Charities and Churches eligible to reduced rates your business may qualify too?
We always check this as part of our free energy audits.
VERBAL ENERGY CONTRACTS
A vast proportion of mis-sold and over priced energy contracts originate from call centre style energy consultancies.
Never agree to an energy contract over the phone.
At NO BULL you'll receive written or electronic contracts giving you time to review everything before signature.
In order to obtain information from your energy supplier we will ask you for a signed LOA (Letter of authority)
We only use this to obtain information.
Unscrupulous firms will include a clause giving them permission to sign you up to a new supplier.
If you think have done this do let us know, we can get it revoked for you so you're in charge.