We recently published a collection of blogs for our audience and clients regarding the rising costs of living, energy, and general bills. People are concerned and we understand why. The good news is that the government are putting measure in place to help soften the effects.
Ofgem energy regulators have confirmed the new October price cap level. We want to keep you informed of the best options to take, to keep your bills low.
What’s involved in the October Price Cap
We understand that this is a challenging time for people and rising prices are viewed with apprehension. We can ease your mind by reassuring you that your new prices are protected until 2023 January 1st.
We’re here to help you become completely debt free.
The £400 Energy Bills Support Scheme Discount
A measure put in place by the UK Government has been stated to help households manage higher prices. A £400 discount towards your energy bill, named the Energy Bill Support Scheme. How does it work?
- Energy suppliers apply the discount to each household they supply electricity to in monthly installments over a period of six months starting October 2022.
- If we supply your electricity at that point, we’ll apply a discount of £66 in October and November, rising to £67 from December to March 2023.
- The discount will automatically be applied to your energy account by the first week of every month.
- There’s no need to contact us- you don’t need to apply/sign up to receive the discount and no requirement to make a payment back.
It can be made easier for you
We understand that speaking about debt can be difficult, but simply understanding what options you have can provide so much relief; especially if you are not aware of the extent of options available…
For instance, did you know some solutions can…
- Prevent creditors and bailiffs from enforcing further action?
- Freeze charges and interest to help keep repayments manageable?
- Write off unaffordable debts to give you a new start?
- Consolidate household bills and unsecured debts into one affordable, monthly payment.
How to reach out?
Simply visit us at www.scottish-debthelp.co.uk
Speak to an advisor, get a solution planned out today.