Big Six energy firms accused of misleading customers over their profits after claims some are making SEVEN times the amount they declared 



The Big Six energy firms have been accused of misleading the public over profits with some reportedly making up to seven times the amount they declared.
A secret report produced for Energy UK, which represents suppliers, suggests some companies are making up to 24 per cent profit, rather than the 3.3 per cent announced earlier this year.
The report, seen by The Sun, shows the cost of providing fuel to an average household cost around £844 in 2016.
But with many customers opting for standard variable tariffs, they can be paying up to £1,172 a year to some suppliers, leaving a profit margin... read more

 
14 November 2016 in Business, Views: 45
Source: Daily Mail
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