We will be represented by either; the local Electricity Distribution Company, a Meter Operator, a Credit Management Company, a Meter Reading Agency or our own Company Representative, who will carry out all the necessary works at your property. When entering your property our representatives will act in accordance with the terms of the Rights of Entry (Gas and Electricity Boards) Act 1954.
We may need to visit you to:
If we need to visit for any purpose, we will inform you in advance by letter or by telephone, of the purpose of the proposed visit.
We will try to visit you at a convenient time. We can arrange an appointment with you either on a morning or afternoon basis.
If the visit is for the purpose of recovering unpaid bills, we will always give you at least 5 working days notice of the date we will visit.
Whatever the reason for our call the representative will immediately present an identity card and tell you the reason for their visit.
For further information you can contact us on the number toward the end of this code, when we will be happy to provide you with any information.
All our representatives are thoroughly vetted by the companies who employ them and have to pass stringent criteria before being allowed to visit your premises.
In additions to being properly qualified and trained, staff will be:
All of our representatives who may visit you will carry an identity card showing:
Where you have previously requested, and agreed, a password our representative will be aware of this password at the time of the visit. The issue, use and return of all identity cards is strictly controlled by the representative’s employer. Any representatives that don’t wear a uniform will show you their identity card as soon as they arrive at the door.
If you think, a caller is not genuine, don’t let them in and either call the number on the card, phone Haven Power (01473 725943), or contact the police immediately.
If you wish to make a complaint about a visit that was made to your property, or any other aspect of our service please contact your Customer Advisor, whose name, direct dial phone number and email can be found in your welcome letter or on your bill.
If you do not have this to hand please contact us:
Any complaint you make will be fully investigated and you will receive a response within 2 working days.
We will consult regularly with the Citizen’s Advice Bureau on the type of information that they want us to report.
We are committed to providing the highest standards of customer service. When we organise an appointment with you in relation to your electricity supply, we will try our best to arrange it at a time that suits you. With reasonable notice, we will aim to offer you an appointment within a 4 hour time slot between Monday and Friday. If we are unable keep the appointment and fail to notify you in advance, we will pay you £30*
*Exemptions and limitations apply. Please contact us for full details of our guaranteed standards of performance
You should always contact us first, if you have a problem and we will try to help.
A source of independent help may include:
If you remain unsatisfied with our response or your complaint is now unresolved after 8 weeks from initial notification to us you can contact the Energy Ombudsman, an independent body, who may be able to assist.
The Havens, Ransomes Europark, Ipswich, Suffolk IP3 9SJ
Tel: 01473 725 943
Fax: 01473 726 788
If you would like to download a copy of this information, or print it off then we have prepared this PDF for you.
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