More than 9o,000 people in the UK have pledged to not pay their energy bills when the regulator raises the energy price cap on 1 October.
The Don’t Pay UK campaign, which says it will only act if one million people join, is gathering steam as analysts forecast that the average household bill will climb beyond £3,300 a year. It is then expected to soar over £4,200 from January.
But charities have warned that non-payment carries serious risks, including accruing debt and impacts to customers’ credit scores.
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