- Report: #1129703
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Complaint Review: Blue Pilot Energy
Blue Pilot Energy250 Pilot Road, Suite 300 Las Vegas, Nevada USA
Blue Pilot Energy Major legalized stealing against electricity consumers Las Vegas Nevada
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As many now have said, Blue Pilot Energy is ripping off electrical consumers. Unfortunately, I must admit I took the introductory rate of 7.9 cents per kWH. I was told that rate could go up or down after the introductory period of 90 days. But never informed that this type of increase was not only possible, but quite probable. Hindsight is of couse 20/20, but if you read their service agreement you can tell that it's a trap.
After 90 days and a cold winter what would you think happened? A 10 or 20 percent increase in rates? Maybe an awful 50% increase? I will tell you right now that you are not even in the ballpark. Blue Pilot charged us 46.9 cents per kWH for an electric bill of $882.72 of which $812.31 is their portion for a billing period of 28 days from Feb. 6th to March 6th.
Stay as far away from them as possible. Don't believe their sales or customer service people. They lie on the front end and lie and steal and intimidate on the back end. I will be seeking information from the Maryland Public Service Commission and attorneys.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/10/2014 04:30 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Blue-Pilot-Energy/Las-Vegas-Nevada-89119/Blue-Pilot-Energy-Major-legalized-stealing-against-electricity-consumers-Las-Vegas-Nevada-1129703. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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