Electric meter

(6 Posts)
DawnOfTheDee Sun 11-Nov-12 13:21:16

In the meantime can you stick any spare cash in a bank account/tin/under your mattress? Then if you have to pay you'll have a wodge of cash ready...and if not you can treat yourself! Win win!

Svrider Sun 11-Nov-12 13:03:23

Thanks guys
Ill go with option 3

Why haven't I got an extra £25 in my purse at the end if the week tho???

crazynanna Sun 11-Nov-12 13:00:50

wish my gas meter would do that sad envy

qo Sun 11-Nov-12 12:57:54

The exact same thing happened to mine once, I just left it until it went kaput alltogether and they replaced the meter - I was uber skint at the time. I never ever got billed for the "free period" (it was a few years ago) But that might not be the case for you.

If you do end up getting billed for it, I'm sure you'd have to pay it back in installmenets through your key/card

Svrider Sun 11-Nov-12 12:53:48

Anyone??

Svrider Sun 11-Nov-12 12:31:56

We have a pay as you go electric meter. It hasn't run out for several weeks <months>
I've finally got round to looking at it today
The screen is totally blank
So do I
1. Own up to electric company (usually use £25 per week)
2. Enjoy free electric
3. Ignore and hope it sorts itself out

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