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Pec Metering / The less you use the more you pay and vica versa

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Could someone please help me understand the logic behind this concept? i have barely been at home in november asmy fiance and kids went to jhb togo and visit family and i was working out of region. my electcity bill for that monh was R1363.19. now the following month i had visitors from jhb the whole month and i was at home and most of the appliances worked 247 and guess what... an electicity bill of R221.28...

i dont understand this but i spoke to other tennants aswell and they confirmed what i state. become a pig andabuse the electricity and you barely pay anything. do it sparingly as any responsable person would and you get nailed...

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  • Mi
      15th of Apr, 2013
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    Can anyone help me? I'm currently a tenant in a retail space that is part of a shopping complex. Our landlord handed over electricity monitoring to PEC. My immediate feeling about the Company was that they are scammers, so initially I didn't sign any of their forms. Then last week I received a letter from them saying that they would switch off my electricity if I didn't sign all the forms and pay their deposit fee. At the threat of disconnection I panicked, signed everything and paid. Now I feel as if I've made a deal with the devil. How can I get out of this? The other tenants have said they are going to refuse to pay or sign up with PEC.

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