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Have a look at my below statistics to get more of an idea on how I work. I do believe that although stats can’t be trusted, they do tell a lot of the story – about 50% (that’s a guess.)
My hope is that by looking at these you can see what kind of service you’d get from me.
It’s true I switch a lot more people than I renew. Switching is generally better than staying where you are, just like car insurance, prices go up each year for no reason. Loyalty isn’t rewarded in most cases. Even if you pick a couple suppliers you’ve had good experiences with and then switch between the two/three of them, that will keep the suppliers competing. Competition is always a good thing, after all, governments spend millions on competition each year in various markets to ensure the public pay good prices.
It should be noted; I will always offer customers renewal prices from their current supplier so don’t worry if you’re not an avid switcher.
Not all contracts go through – unfortunately. The main reasons they fail are due to customers being stuck in contracts with suppliers for longer than they think. They also fail due to customers not paying off debts on the account. I can assure you one thing, I’ll do my absolute best to get contracts through and on supply. After-all, I don’t get anything if your contract fails to go through.
The idea that you will save money in comparison to your previous contract is one that suppliers and brokers push consistently. The reality is however, much different. In 2015 the prices were really low, remember when 1 gallon of petrol was 99p?
Now in April 2017, they are about 35% higher than they were in April 2015. If you’re just coming off a two year contract that you took out in 2015, there is absolutely no broker in the world that will save you money. Where the sales chatter comes into play is, you will save money with their contract in comparison to the prices your supplier offered you for 2017.
Hence; I only actually save companies money, 50% of the time.
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THE COMPANIES/SUPPLIERS I WORK WITH
How I’m Paid
Brokers & consultants get paid in two different ways. I’m paid by adding what’s called an “uplift” to the unit rate that is charged to the customer.
The second way is that a broker will charge a one off fee to the company for it’s services in shopping around for the best deal. The broker/consultant will then work out if there’s a saving to be made on this new deal. If so, the broker will want a percentage of that saving, usually 50%.
WHAT SOME OF THE COMPANIES I’VE WORKED WITH SAY ABOUT ME?
Great service, shopped around to get the best possible deal for us – saved me time and money.
In the heat of running a business, there is nothing better than somebody helping you doing researches for the best energy prices and deals available because it is very time-consuming. The most important thing is that you dont need to pay that someone because he/she gets paid by suppliers. I have been talking to many of them but, Hamed was the greatest. He keeps looking for the best prices and does all the work for you. Great service!
I have been getting my energy through Hamed since June 2015 and I couldn’t be happier, year on year, the rates have increased and I have kept my utility bills at a manageable cost after he originally reduced the amount I was paying with EDF and British Gas.