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My energy consumption bill is very confusing.

I don't understand the different charges they have included in it. Should I consult the company and ask them to clarify?

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Yes you should. Make them explain each of the sections for which you have to pay. Some of the workers at the energy sector may try to shrug you off or try to confuse you but don't let them do that. I had changed my power company because of that. My latest power supplier is better, they have good and efficient staff and they provide doorstep services.

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Always and make them explain it VERY GOOD... electric/power companies are shysters !!!

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