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Hannah found the Inland Revenue very helpful – and only wishes other organisations had been as good.
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Blinking service providers are a nightmare. The electricity people, oh! Well, he had his electric and gas with Eon and there was a letter, “We note our meter reader has not been able to gain access to your house and has advised us that it looks like the house is unoccupied.” So he's been looking in the windows. I mean, you know, we've taken the televisions and things out, anything of value, because they're not covered on the insurance, so there's loads of his stuff in my house and Laura's house. So I took the meter readings and rang up, and this Scottish woman said, “oh right, well, he's actually £238 in credit.” I said, “Oh, would there be any possibility of actually putting that back into his bank account.” I'd explained the situation to her, just briefly. And she said, “Oh, I can't tell you that.” She said, “I can't possibly tell you that because you're not the account holder”. I said, “I'm not asking you to do anything”. I said, “how about – will you be reducing his direct debit then?” This direct debit of £86 was coming out. And she said, “I can't discuss that with you either, you're not Mr [Andrew Smith] now, are you?” She said to me like that. I was livid. I said, “how dare you speak to me in that tone of voice and so rudely”. I said, “All I am trying to do is make sure that there are sufficient funds to pay his bills, that's all”.