Utility Companies

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287 Posts
14 years ago
I presume you never had any contractual obligations to these companies during the tenancy. If that is correct just mark the next lot of correspondence as "Gone Away" and post the lot back to them. In the mean time register yourself with a supplier together with the correct readings.

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