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MARTIN Lewis has issued a warning over a campaign calling for energy customers to stop paying their energy bills.
The “Don’t Pay” campaign is calling on households to stop paying bills as suppliers post record profits while an energy crisis continues.
The campaign likens its plans to the Poll Tax revolt in the late 1980s and 1990s.
It’s amassed 89,000 Twitter followers so far, and highlights that BP, Shell and British Gas had made “tens of billions in profits already this year…Don’t Pay for their profits”.
But charities have warned households that there could be “serious consequences” if they stop paying bills.
For example, your supplier could appoint a debt collector to chase your money down.
Or a warrant could be granted which could allow your supplier to enter your home and fit a pre-payment card meter.