Signs Your Business Energy Contract May Have Been Mis-sold: How SortMyCash and Our Solicitors Can Help
At SortMyCash, we’re committed to helping businesses identify and address mis-sold energy contracts. Our partnership with expert solicitors ensures you have access to the guidance and support you need when dealing with potential mis-selling on a No Win, No Fee basis. In this article, we’ll outline the key indicators that suggest your business energy contract may have been mis-sold, including undisclosed fees, lack of transparency, and inadequate explanation of terms and conditions.
Signs of a Mis-sold Business Energy Contract:
- Undisclosed fees and commissions:
If your energy contract includes hidden charges or undisclosed commissions, it may be a sign of mis-selling. Brokers and suppliers are required to be transparent about their fees, so any lack of disclosure could indicate unfair practices and you may be able to claim on average £25,000 in compensation.
- Lack of transparency:
If your broker or supplier has not provided clear information about your contract’s terms and rates, it could be a sign of mis-selling. Transparency is essential to make informed decisions and ensure you’re getting the best deal for your business.
- Inadequate explanation of terms and conditions:
Whilst in business it is generally not a case for mis-selling on this point alone, if you have not had terms and conditions properly explained, it could point to a lack of transparency and issues elsewhere. Businesses should understand their obligations and potential costs before entering into an agreement.
- Inaccurate or misleading information:
Providing false or misleading information about the contract, its benefits, or potential savings could be a sign of mis-selling. Businesses should receive accurate information to make informed decisions.
- Unsuitable contract length or terms: If your contract’s length or terms are not appropriate for your business’s needs, it may have been mis-sold. Brokers and suppliers should ensure the contract is suitable for your specific requirements.
How SortMyCash and Our Solicitors Can Help:
If you suspect your business energy contract may have been mis-sold, SortMyCash and our trusted solicitors are here to help. Our team of experts will:
- Review your contract: We’ll examine your energy contract to identify any signs of mis-selling, including undisclosed fees, lack of transparency, and inadequate explanation of terms and conditions.
- Provide guidance: Our experienced solicitors will offer advice on your legal options and the potential for compensation on a No Win, No Fee basis.
- Assist with claims: We’ll help you navigate the claims process, ensuring you have the support you need to seek fair compensation for a mis-sold energy contract.
- Assist with future energy supply: We can help find you a more reasonable energy supply, with open and transparent costs.
Recognising the signs of a mis-sold business energy contract is crucial to protecting your business and ensuring fair energy agreements. At SortMyCash, we’re dedicated to helping businesses like yours identify and address mis-selling through our partnership with expert solicitors. Contact us via our 30 second online form today to learn more about how we can help you uncover mis-sold energy contracts and secure fair compensation.