Free £40 Amazon Gift Card, ONF Hotel Stay or Philips Hue starter kit when you switch to a npower duel fuel tariff @ MyVoucherCodes
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Free £40 Amazon Gift Card, ONF Hotel Stay or Philips Hue starter kit when you switch to a npower duel fuel tariff @ MyVoucherCodes

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Edited by:"Voucher_Hero"Found 30th Aug
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Thanks for posting. For anyone interested in the Philips Hue kit, it includes: "2 x 9.5w E27 Hue White Bulbs & 1 Hue Bridge 2.0" and the terms also mention "Once you’ve been with us for 120 days, you’ll receive your gift voucher and details of how to redeem it".


Voted hot for others but I'll give it a miss this time.

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Somnus3 h, 20 m ago

Thanks for posting. For anyone interested in the Philips Hue kit, it …Thanks for posting. For anyone interested in the Philips Hue kit, it includes: "2 x 9.5w E27 Hue White Bulbs & 1 Hue Bridge 2.0" and the terms also mention "Once you’ve been with us for 120 days, you’ll receive your gift voucher and details of how to redeem it".Voted hot for others but I'll give it a miss this time.



Waiting 120 Days should'nt be an issue , Giving that most tariffs are fixed for a minimum of 1 year anyway !

DO NOT TOUCH THESE CROOKS, THEY WILL SEND OUT BILLS FOR THOUSANDS OF POUNDS FOR ENERGY YOU HAVE NOT USED, YOU MAKE A COMPLAINT IT IS ABUSED, CUSTOMER SERVICE IS A SICK JOKE.

Voucher_Hero1 h, 39 m ago

Waiting 120 Days should'nt be an issue , Giving that most tariffs are …Waiting 120 Days should'nt be an issue , Giving that most tariffs are fixed for a minimum of 1 year anyway !


You're right it won't be a problem for many so I'd still vote it hot. It's just an exercise in delayed gratification also I'd prefer this deal to a comparable cashback deal via TCB or Quidco since it is guaranteed (as long as you remember to claim the gift!)

You'd have to bribe me with a lot more than this to go back to NPower.

walsall1232 h, 28 m ago

DO NOT TOUCH THESE CROOKS, THEY WILL SEND OUT BILLS FOR THOUSANDS OF …DO NOT TOUCH THESE CROOKS, THEY WILL SEND OUT BILLS FOR THOUSANDS OF POUNDS FOR ENERGY YOU HAVE NOT USED, YOU MAKE A COMPLAINT IT IS ABUSED, CUSTOMER SERVICE IS A SICK JOKE.

Don't include me in this. I have been with them for many years. Always managed to switch to a better tariff rather than switch and their customer support have always been good when I've needed it.

If you submit your own meter readings monthly so they can assess your usage you should be fine. This likely applies to all providers.

Signed up. £90 cash back, Hue kit, 5% less per year and on a renewable electricity only deal. Cheers OP.

walsall12317 h, 16 m ago

DO NOT TOUCH THESE CROOKS, THEY WILL SEND OUT BILLS FOR THOUSANDS OF …DO NOT TOUCH THESE CROOKS, THEY WILL SEND OUT BILLS FOR THOUSANDS OF POUNDS FOR ENERGY YOU HAVE NOT USED, YOU MAKE A COMPLAINT IT IS ABUSED, CUSTOMER SERVICE IS A SICK JOKE.


I hate to quote a comment typed in all caps, but on this one I have to agree - they are an absolute bunch of rip off merchants.

I joined them when I moved into my current place and had few issues with them initially, but after I left to go elsewhere, the problems began. About 6 months after I left I received an additional bill for a few hundred pounds, saying that they'd been having issues with their IT systems and that I'd been billed wrongly. It was a struggle but I paid it, figuring it was owed. Sadly it hadn't come to mind to challenge it.

10 months later again and a bill for £700 of 'incorrect charges' comes through. Only at this point did I realise that there was something fishy going on so I challenged it straight away. A few days after challenging I had my appeal verdict: you need to pay and if you don't we will start enforcement action. I wasn't impressed as I had been with another firm for the better part of 18 months at that point.

I challenged a second time and pointed out how long I'd not been a customer - they're not allowed to come after you for wrongly billed funds after a year - needless to say that appeal went the same way - "you need to pay it or we will begin enforcement action against you".

At this point I'd had enough and did a quick Google to see what my options were and came across the Energy Ombudsman. I appealed via them and within 48 hours had a call back from nPower confirming that there was nothing due and it had all been one big misunderstanding. Yeah, right.

A few days later I received a cheque for my initial few hundred pounds back and a letter explaining they'd been having billing issues due to a change of computer system. Whilst I can sympathise with any organisation in transition between systems, their behaviour and refusal to acknowledge the obvious issue with the timeframes involved made it quite clear to me that they were only 'trying it on' to try and extract more cash from me.

Needless to say, regardless of what attractive offers they have (free Nest, etc), I will never go back to them and I would strongly advise that others do the same.

R.

RichardSlaughter31st Aug

I hate to quote a comment typed in all caps, but on this one I have to …I hate to quote a comment typed in all caps, but on this one I have to agree - they are an absolute bunch of rip off merchants.I joined them when I moved into my current place and had few issues with them initially, but after I left to go elsewhere, the problems began. About 6 months after I left I received an additional bill for a few hundred pounds, saying that they'd been having issues with their IT systems and that I'd been billed wrongly. It was a struggle but I paid it, figuring it was owed. Sadly it hadn't come to mind to challenge it. 10 months later again and a bill for £700 of 'incorrect charges' comes through. Only at this point did I realise that there was something fishy going on so I challenged it straight away. A few days after challenging I had my appeal verdict: you need to pay and if you don't we will start enforcement action. I wasn't impressed as I had been with another firm for the better part of 18 months at that point.I challenged a second time and pointed out how long I'd not been a customer - they're not allowed to come after you for wrongly billed funds after a year - needless to say that appeal went the same way - "you need to pay it or we will begin enforcement action against you".At this point I'd had enough and did a quick Google to see what my options were and came across the Energy Ombudsman. I appealed via them and within 48 hours had a call back from nPower confirming that there was nothing due and it had all been one big misunderstanding. Yeah, right.A few days later I received a cheque for my initial few hundred pounds back and a letter explaining they'd been having billing issues due to a change of computer system. Whilst I can sympathise with any organisation in transition between systems, their behaviour and refusal to acknowledge the obvious issue with the timeframes involved made it quite clear to me that they were only 'trying it on' to try and extract more cash from me.Needless to say, regardless of what attractive offers they have (free Nest, etc), I will never go back to them and I would strongly advise that others do the same.R.


Same exact thing happened to me ended up a couple of hundred out of pocket. Then two years later got a cheque out of the blue covering the amount plus another one for about £60 as compensation. Lucky I was still at the same house or never would have had anything back.

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