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Q: IN RI can they shut my power off with just a 5 minute notice from 8am- 5:30pm when they failed to properly notify bymail

When the electrician knocked on my door and said he was shutting off the power, I told him I had not been properly notified and that it was not OK with me, he ignored me and shut the power off during my upload which resulted in me losing 3 days worth of data. Next I go to the office, the office... View More

Neville Bedford
Neville Bedford
answered on Aug 24, 2015

It sounds like you may need: 1) A better office "girl" 2) a more consistent bill paying program, and 3) A better backup system. After you get that in order and want to file complaints with the PUC, meet with and hire an attorney to assist you in taking your power company(or whomever it is... View More

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