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Your situation can change from day to day and it is important that everything changes with you, including your energy contract. Perhaps you are moving house, cohabiting or going abroad for a longer period. In all these situations, it is significant to transfer or cancel your subscriptions. Do you want to cancel an energy subscription? Then you are in the right place. We are happy to help you.
Here you will find an overview of all subscriptions in the energy category. Choose the provider whose subscription you want to cancel and you will immediately go to the cancellation letter generator. Fill in the requested information to generate the subscription cancellation letter.
Canceling energy contracts online can be done quickly and easily via Moneytoring.com. Every day, countless British people use our cancellation service for energy providers. Curious about the most canceled charities through Moneytoring.com? We list the top 5 of them for you below.
British Gas is a well-known and prominent energy provider in the United Kingdom, offering gas and electricity services to millions of customers. If you're considering cancelling your subscription to British Gas, Moneytoring.com can provide you with a convenient and straightforward solution. Our platform offers easy-to-follow instructions, making it hassle-free to cancel your British Gas subscription and manage your energy services. Click the link below to cancel your subscription with ease using Moneytoring.com.
E.ON is one of the largest energy providers in Europe, serving millions of households and businesses across various countries. If you are looking to cancel your subscription with E.ON, Moneytoring.com is here to help. Our platform provides easy-to-follow instructions that will guide you through the cancellation process, ensuring a hassle-free experience. With just a few simple steps, you can initiate the cancellation process through our platform, saving you time and effort. Whether you are moving out of the service area, switching to a different provider, or simply no longer require the services of E.ON, Moneytoring.com can help.
Scottish Power is a leading energy provider in the UK, serving millions of customers. If you wish to cancel your subscription with Scottish Power, let Moneytoring.com assist you with easy-to-follow instructions for a hassle-free experience. Our platform simplifies the cancellation process in just a few steps, saving you time and effort.
Octopus Energy is a prominent energy provider in Great Britain, catering to millions of households and businesses. If you're looking to cancel your subscription with Octopus Energy, Moneytoring.com can help. Our platform offers straightforward instructions to guide you through the cancellation process, making it quick and hassle-free. With just a few steps, you can initiate the cancellation and save time and effort using our user-friendly platform.
SSE (formerly known as Scottish and Southern Energy) is a major energy provider in the UK, serving millions of customers. If you're considering canceling your subscription with SSE, let Moneytoring.com be your guide. Our platform provides easy-to-follow instructions to simplify the cancellation process, ensuring a hassle-free experience. With just a few steps, you can initiate the cancellation process and save time and effort using our user-friendly platform.
Switching energy providers is easy and you’ll never lose your supply in the process – guaranteed. You can switch gas or electricity only, or switch both together on a dual fuel deal.
Follow these simple steps to see if switching suppliers is worth your while:
Find an old bill - to get the most accurate quote, you’ll need to provide information about your current energy use and what tariff you’re on
Get a quote – when we have our energy comparison service up and running again, use it to get a quote in minutes
Compare tariffs - using our comparison tool, you’ll be able to compare tariffs from a range of energy providers, and see if you could be getting a better deal from your current supplier
Start switching - once you’ve chosen a new tariff and started your switch application, wait to hear instructions from the energy supplier – this could take up to 14 days because you’ll still be in the cooling off period. You’ll need to give your new supplier meter readings on, or close to, the day of your switch
Pay the last bill - you’ll get one final bill from your old energy supplier. Make sure to get a refund from them if you’re in credit.
Deciding the right time to switch energy providers can be tricky. You might not consider it until you’ve been paying over the odds for years, or you’re alerted to the fact that you could be paying less. However, you might find the best time to switch is:
When you haven’t switched at the end of a fixed contract period. Cheaper ‘new customer’ deals often expire after a set period, changing to a standard or default tariff. These tariffs are typically a lot pricier.
Before winter arrives, if you’re not on a fixed-term tariff. Most people use less energy over the summer, so it can be tricky to get a real grasp of your energy costs. Comparing prices in the warmer, lighter months could ensure you get a cheaper tariff before winter sets in and your energy use rises.
When you suspect prices are about to rise. You’ll typically hear rumours of a predicted energy price rise in the news. And when one energy provider announces a tariff increase, others usually follow suit. When prices are rising, taking out a fixed price tariff can be a suitable option – guaranteeing your rate for anything between one and five years, depending on the deal. But be careful about switching to a standard variable tariff when prices are on the up. That’s because it’s possible a tariff rise hasn’t yet been factored into the variable rate.
Just before your deal ends. It should take 21 days or less to switch energy providers, if they’re signed up to the Energy Switch Guarantee (ESG). That’s because the ESG guarantees a switch in that time.
Changing before your current deal ends could save you from having to pay a few weeks of increased standard tariffs. Your switching window opens 49 days before the end of your contract. Energy regulator Ofgem states that exit fees shouldn’t apply if you switch from a fixed-term contract to another supplier, within that window. Your energy provider should write to you 42 to 49 days before your fixed tariff period ends, so you’ll know when to start looking.
When you move home. Moving home is the perfect opportunity to reassess your energy needs. A change in the number of rooms, different heating systems and even appliances could alter your usage. Switching to a different tariff might suit your needs better.
If you’ve paid off a supplier debt. Some providers won't let you switch while you still owe them a long-term debt. Once you’ve managed to clear it, it could be worth shopping around for a cheaper deal.
When you want more than just a competitively priced tariff. If you’re unhappy with the service you receive from your current supplier, there are plenty of suppliers offering good levels of customer service.
If you have signed a contract or accepted a verbal agreement with an energy supplier, you should be aware of your obligation under their terms and conditions to give the correct notice to leave when your contract expires.
Some suppliers used to take advantage of the failure to give notice and lock you in for a further year at high default rates, but from 1st April 2014 the ‘big six’ energy suppliers have introduced a ‘no rollover’ policy. This means that if you forget to give notice they will still put you on a high ‘out of contract rate’, but you can leave by giving 30 days’ notice.
The notice period required by different energy suppliers for ending your contract varies. One of the leading suppliers requires written notice NOT LESS THAN 90 days before the contract end date; others require either 60 days or 28 days.
Some suppliers have a set review period of only a few weeks, in which you can opt out of their offered renewal rates before the end of your contract – which can be very inconvenient.
Send a written notice by registered delivery and ask for confirmation that they have received it in writing. You can also give notice by email or by fax if you prefer.
Do you want to cancel Your contract? You can do that via Moneytoring.com. When you cancel your subscription via our website, it will cost you little time and effort. Below, you can read how to use Moneytoring.com in 6 steps.
Cancelling a subscription via Moneytoring.com starts with finding the right organization. To complete this, simply type the name of the organization You're looking for in the search field on the Homepage. Does the name appear on the screen? Click on it, and You will be redirected to the correct page.
As soon as you have landed on the right page of the organization You're looking for, enter your details in the template on the left side. To be able to cancel your contract, You need to fill out the required fields in the template. At least your name, address, postal code, place of residence, date of birth and e-mail address.
Below the fields with data you can select the box 'Delete my personal information'. If you choose this option, Moneytoring.com will include a request to delete personal data in the cancellation letter.
In some organizations, you can only cancel via standard shipping or a registered letter, but occasionally, you can also decide from one of the two options. Do you opt for a registered letter? Then you benefit from the Moneytoring.com 100% cancellation guarantee.
After you have completed the above four steps, your cancellation letter is ready. It is now only a matter of signing it. To do this, click in the box containing the blue pencil, under "Sincerely." A window will then appear in which you can add your signature.
Do you use Moneytoring.com sending service? Then click on 'Send my cancellation' after you have completed all the steps. If you want to send the cancellation letter yourself, click on the download symbol at the bottom right of the letter. You can download your cancellation letter for free. In that case, please keep in mind that you are responsible for sending the letter. Moreover, you will not benefit from our 100% cancellation guarantee if you do not use our service.