It taken me over a month to sort my…
It taken me over a month to sort my electricity out but it was due to business and family problems at the same time, Ian at watt utilities was so patient with me and we got there in the end, so pleased with my new contract, thanks watt and thanks Ian
Mr Noel Eastwood
I renewed my electricity contract with…Watt utilities
I renewed my electricity contract with Jacob Seraj, he saved me money, as he has done on several occasions now! His telephone manner is excellent, and he always gets me a gooid deal! I enjoyed the whole process! Thank you Jacob!
Jacob had called about another matter, but I asked if he could assist with my new business as we had been hugely let down by another utility company, and within minutes Jacob was sorting everything out for me!
Dean Jones of Watts Utilities
Dean Jones of Watts Utilities was very helpful when I renewed the gas and electricity contracts, for our local Church, with npower earlier this year. He acted in a friendly and professional manner which meant both contracts were renewed quickly and efficiently.
Great job Mo!!
We've been meaning to come on to say how helpful and charming Mo Jameel was helping our father arrange his energy renewals at Christmas - it was all he could talk about over the holidays about how much money he had saved from switching! It's the first time any of us has used a broker and it's reassuring that nobody took advantage of his old age but rather helped him move his business to a cheaper supplier. We hope you won the Christmas prize!! Great job Mo!!
This is the second time I have used…
This is the second time I have used Watt Utilities and Mo Jameel was extremely helpful and did all the work for us finding the best prices and doing all the relevant paper work. It certainly is worth changing supplier when you have help like this.
Thanks again Mo.
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