Your business may be owed money due to mis-sold energy by middlemen brokers
1000’s of businesses throughout the UK have been mis-sold their energy supply primarily by middlemen brokers. Industry estimates that two-thirds of businesses have bought through a broker at one time or another, and they haven’t disclosed the full details of the arrangement.
- Did the broker disclose they were being paid a commission?
- Was the contract right for your business? Did they divulge all the hidden or additional costs?
- Were you sold a contract based on the broker’s remuneration?
- Were you made aware of any additional fees or charges?
- Did the broker supply all details on admin charges and exit fees etc?
Depending on the answers above, you could well have been mis-sold an energy contract by your broker and could be owed £ 1000s.
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Once we receive your online application, we’ll have a quick chat and ascertain a few extra details about your claim. This will help us determine how strong your case is. We may also ask for photos and documentation to help support it. Once we’re happy we will prepare your case for one of specially selected panel solicitors to take on. As always, our cases will be on a no win, no fee basis. So you have nothing to lose.
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