Even if there is a penalty fee, you may wish to join the Collective Switch to see what deals are available. If your savings are greater than your penalty fee it may be worth changing anyway.
If you are in debt to your current supplier, and haven’t spoken to them about your debt, you should contact them as soon as possible to discuss repayment options. Alternatively, you could contact a local debt advice agency.
If you’re in credit when you switch, your old provider is required to give you the money that you are owed.
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The Merseyside Collective Switch is organised by Wirral-based charity, Energy Projects Plus, and supported by Halton Council, Knowsley Council, Liverpool City Council, Sefton Council, St Helens Council, Wirral Council and Virdis.
Energy Projects Plus is a non for profit organisation. We will receive a payment from our switching partner, energyhelpline for every successfully completed switch. This payment will be used to cover the costs of running the collective switch scheme. Any revenue generated over and above the cost of running the scheme will be reinvested in a future collective switch or into other initiatives designed to reduce fuel poverty or improve domestic energy efficiency in Merseyside.