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Family households who don’t pay fuel bills by direct debit hit with a ‘sinister’ new stealth tax


Family households who don’t pay fuel bills by direct debit hit with a ‘sinister’ new stealth tax

  • The latest hidden penalty is estimated  to affect five million UK households
  • These are ‘standard credit’ customers who pay by cash, cheque or on the phone
  • The charge was capped at £84 a year until 2021 – now it is £254 a year

Households have been hit with another ‘sinister’ charge on their energy bills – only weeks after The Mail on Sunday exposed a separate stealth tax worth billions. 

The latest hidden penalty costs an estimated five million households who do not pay by direct debit up to £254 a year on top of their regular bill. 

They are ‘standard credit’ customers who pay by cash, cheque or over the phone – and faced an extra charge…



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