We know that it’s not always easy to keep up with bills, and if you do find yourself struggling, get in touch and we can discuss ways in which we can help. We can:
- Discuss a final bill repayment plan.
- Review your monthly direct debit payments to match your regular consumption and clear down any arrears over a longer period.
- Discuss a temporary reduction in your monthly payments if you have had a sudden change in circumstances such as loss of employment or income. As this could increase your debt in the future, we can only offer this as a short-term solution.
- Give you plenty of advice on how to lower your energy bills, check out our energy saving tips.
- Install a smart meter to ensure we have accurate and up to date meter readings and you can view your usage in real time.
- Make sure you are on the most cost-effective tariff (if there are any tariff options in the market at the time).
- Check that we've billed to actual meter readings.
Where can you get further support?
At So Energy, we are committed to supporting our customers who experience money worries.
While we’re doing all we can to help our customers, we recognise there may be other debts and money concerns with which you need help and advice. If you are worried about debts, or have missed payments, there is also free and independent debt advice available via government sponsored MoneyHelper.
Please contact MoneyHelper via their free helpline number - 0800 138 7777 or visit their website. As well as being there for help and guidance, they offer several tools you can use, including:
- Money Navigator tool– The Money Navigator tool gives you action plans based on your own situation. Answer a few questions and you will know in 30 seconds:
- The money issues you need to tackle first
- How to stay on top of bills and payments
- Extra help and support you’re entitled to
- Where you can get free advice for debt, housing or redundancy
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