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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by godaddyo, May 1, 2001.
Hope this helps someone
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You can also file a formal complaint with your state's public service commission. They regulate the utility companies and unlike the FTC, they take action. Twice I have encountered billing errors with utilities (once electric, once phone) and the companies would not help. Both times I filed a complaint with the Florida PSC, and both times the matters were cleared up within a week. They react FAST. This was long before any collection efforts took place, but I would reccommend it for ANY problems with the utility companies. I filed my complaint online and got a call from a rep at the PSC the next day and they immediately contacted the utility company who called me to settle the matter.
This hasn't worked for me with a gas company nor has it worked with the phone co :
Must be cause they controp the puco
I believe that they are the same thing in your state as the utility commision in many others.
Now THAT is obfuscation through abbreviation. LOL
WHAT I MENT to SAY Was
It must be because the utilitiy companies control the
Public Utilities Commission of Ohio :