Decisions imminent on £40k worth of claims against Engie

A number of high level claims against energy supplier, Engie, have recently been heard in court, with decisions expected imminently, thanks to North East energy litigation experts Business Energy Claims.

The cases, with a total claim value of just over £40,000, are helping just a handful of the suspected three and a half million businesses in the UK that are entitled to compensation for energy mis-selling.

Following the emergence of an energy scandal involving rogue brokers and hidden commissions, Newcastle-based, Business Energy Claims is highlighting the need for businesses to question the way in which their energy contracts were sold and handled.

Head of Claims, Hannah Stewart, said: “These cases against Engie have highlighted how some brokers and energy suppliers are attempting to exploit legal loopholes and conceal their commissions.

“We have also seen that it is often the case that suppliers who aren’t the most competitive are recommended to customers by their broker, purely for the financial benefits the broker, and sometimes even the supplier too, can obtain.”

The claims experts are urging businesses who have used a broker, to obtain an energy contract with Engie, to reach out as they may have a claim.

Hannah continues: “It has never been more important for businesses to be fully informed about their energy contracts and to question anything that does not sit right with them as they may have a claim and be owed thousands of pounds.

“If you weren’t satisfied with your energy deal, or were suspicious of the prices you paid, then this could be an indication of underlying issues.

“Whether Engie is your current supplier, or one you’ve used in the past, we’d urge you to contact Business Energy Claims today to start your claim, discuss your situation or to ask us any questions about the process.”

Business Energy Claims has a team of energy and legal experts helping businesses to recover hidden commissions and losses from the mis-selling of energy contracts.

If you believe you’ve been mis-sold your energy contract and think you’re entitled to compensation, call 0800 689 4259 or visit:

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