- Report: #456082
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Complaint Review: National Grid
National Grid300 Erie Boulevard West Syracuse,, New York U.S.A.
National Grid Holding customers accountable for THEIR mistakes Syracuse,New York
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In July, 2006, I relocated from Johnstown, PA to Niagara Falls, NY because of marriage, in which is no longer. The property that I relocated to was a house that my ex-husband had purchased at address is 1886 South Ave, Niagara Falls, NY. After residing there for 2.5 years of residing there, the electricity was actively working. On March 3, 2009, I telephone National Grid because the service was disconnected from the pole, according to a representative. She began to inform me that there were many correspondences' sent out to apply for electrical service. Out of the 2.5 years of me and my children residing at the above address, no correspondence was ever received at 1886 South Ave, Niagara Falls, NY from National Grid.
While my children and I were residing at the above address, I was receiving a National Fuel bill, Sprint cell phone bill and Time Warner Cable bill along with correspondences' associated with these companies. When I had asked the representative of National Grid as to where this information was sent, no one could nor would supply me with an adequate answer. If National Grid has any information pertaining to me applying for service at 1886 South Ave, proof of the original information needs to be forwarded to me, immediately including correspondences', original bills to which the address it was sent and any original contracts that may or may not have my signature.
On March 26, 2009, I spoke with another representative in reference to a bill I had received from National Grid. This company was attempting to hold me responsible for past due balance of 7500.00, a bill from 1886 South Ave, Niagara Falls, NY. According to the representative, she stated that I had applied for this service in May, 2006. That was impossible because I was still residing and working in Johnstown, PA. I have never signed a contract between myself and National Grid nor have I ever had contact with National Grid.
I filed a grievance with National Grid and filed a police report with the Niagara Falls Police. The officer I spoke with was Vince Granto. The report number is 13897-09. I sent the grievance back to National Grid. They (National Grid) responded by advising me since I was residing there, I am being held totally responsible for the bill. Not only was I living there, but also my ex-husband and my children. And I am not the home owner of 1886 South Ave. My ex-husband is sole owner of the property.
How is this possible to hold me accountable for this error when I never applied for service from National Grid until March 3, 2009 at my present address 1522 Cleveland Ave, Niagara Falls, NY?? Secondly, National Grid never contacted me with a bill nor application of service for 1886 South Ave, Niagara Falls, NY. National Grid does not have any of my signatures on file nor any conversations between myself and the company.
Now, I have received a disconnection notice from National Grid for June 3, 2009 in the amount of 7500.00. I just received this notification on May 28, 2009.
I would like a resolution to this issue, immediately!
Niagara Falls, New York
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/28/2009 08:06 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/National-Grid/Syracuse-New-York-13202-4250/National-Grid-Holding-customers-accountable-for-THEIR-mistakes-SyracuseNew-York-456082. 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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