I closed my account on 31 October 2018, and had over 230GBP in DD overpayment> This amount has not been reimbursed, neither has it appeared in my new SSE account. How can I find out where the money is and get it back to where it belongs - in my account?
I tried to close my account on the 4th February, and was told the system was down.
Logging on, my Gas account is showing its being closed down but electricity is still active. How can this be if I've given meter readings at the same time for both?
I called up, but it felt like I was being fobbed off. I know my account will be in credit as the property has been empty for over six months with very little usage.
Can someone from Scottish Power come back to me with an update please?
@ anic You have to persevere. SP have to let you know what the balance on your account is, especially as you've no longer a customer - and as they haven't been asking you for more money it's highly likely you're in credit. Under new GDPR2018 legislation you have a right to know, so can submit a Subject Access Request for a copy of your final bill showing any balances and undisclosed charges which will show you in black and white. The Information Commissioner's Office has a website with letter templates and guidelines for you to follow. There are timescales to follow too, so if SP drag their feet you can submit a complaint via The ICO.
I have had trouble with firms in the past (not Scottish Power) regarding not telling me what I want to know, and simply mentioning The ICO has resolved my problem in days when previously these firms have had me waiting months. Ask nicely first though, eh?
Thanks for all the relies stressing patience and perserverance: why does SP rely on amateur "input" rather than employ specialist personnel to deal with customer problems? Another example of a shareholder economic model that regards customers as a necessary evil to be fleeced?