Former Extra Energy customers

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Former Extra Energy customers are waiting for accounts to be credited a YEAR after firm went bust. This What is Stacey Dash's ethnicity What is the darkest brown Money readers have contacted us with complaints about the ex-supplier with many chasing both Extra Energy and Scottish Power for credits they say they never received.

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