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Socoder -> Off Topic -> Shocking

Posted : Wednesday, 27 December 2017, 09:34
Dabz
Remember peoples... turn them lights off when leaving the room... Linkage to be fair like, if that was my bill, I’d turn them off even if people were sitting in it!

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Posted : Wednesday, 27 December 2017, 09:34
GfK
Had loads of folk ring in about massive bills when I worked at British Gas. Nothing that big, mind!

When people had new meters put in, if the meter was brand new, never installed before, the reading was set to "99999". A bug in the billing system thought that 99999 plus one unit, was 10000. Obviously it's not - the meter has just rolled over to 00000. Every time this happened, customers got an immediate bill for 10,000 units of electricity. 10,000 units back then would be maybe £1200.

I took so much shit from folk over the phone cos of this.