Complaint Letter to Public Utilities Service Provider

Over Charging

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Complaint letter to utilities company (electricity, gas, water, telecom) on overcharging in the monthly bill and demanding adjustment of the bill amount.

Complainant is bringing to the customer service department's attention that their bill is overstated.

The complainant finds that the electricity/gas/water/data usage stated on the bill is inaccurate.

Therefore, the complainant is requesting for a review for the meter reading/data usage record, to make an adjustment to the billed amount and to be sent a revised bill.

How to use this Document?

This complaint letter may be used upon receiving a bill from the utility company overcharging in the monthly bill and thus, can be used to draft a letter to demand an adjustment of the bill amount.

The bill details and the complaint details explaining how the bill amount is overstated should be clearly stated.

Your account details should be included for the company to check the billing record.


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  4. Please review the document carefully and make any final modifications to ensure that the details are correct before sending to the addressee.

Document Type:

Letter / e-mail / note / correspondence


Personal > Government, Bank and Utilities > Utilities / Water / Electricity / Gas




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