Fuel Bill Problems and Complaints
If you think your fuel bill is incorrect or don’t understand how it is calculated or are having a problem making the payment, then you should contact your supplier. However, if you then want to make a complaint and it’s not been resolved, then here are some bodies that can assist you.
- First Port of Call – Your Supplier
- Citizens Advice Consumer Service
- Energy Ombudsman
First Port of Call – Your Supplier
If a problem arises with your fuel bill or you find yourself in arrears with your electricity and/or gas payments for any reason, it’s important that you contact your supplier straight away – if they don’t know you’re struggling, they can’t help you.
Citizens Advice Consumer Service 03454 040506 NB charges apply
If you can’t resolve a problem with your supplier, then Citizens Advice Consumer Service can provide independent and impartial help and advice. It can also refer you to other useful organisations. You can phone their helpline (but see their website for charges) or complete an enquiry form online.
Energy Ombudsman 0330 440 1624 or Textphone on 0330 440 1600 NB charges apply
If you have failed to reach an agreement with your fuel supplier, and the Citizens Advice Consumer Service have been unable to help resolve the situation, then your next port of call could be the Energy Ombudsman.
To contact the Ombudsman you must have exhausted your options with your fuel supplier.