is a new company dedicated to helping you reduce your energy bills with minimum fuss…and without the hassle of switching provider.

Extensive research undertaken by discovered that nearly 80 per cent of people would rather get a better deal with their current provider rather than switch energy company, ismybillfair is unique in the market place in that they can help customers achieve that money-saving goal without switching and with no stress to you, the customer.

ismybillfair director, Alex Perrin, said: “Whenever there is a story about an energy supplier upping prices, the immediate reaction is ‘you should all switch’. But why should you? Nobody really wants to switch they just want to get a fair deal.”

“We can show you an immediate saving from your existing provider, and you can sign up instantly to save money there and then.”

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And with ismybillfair already in partnership with major energy companies such as British Gas, E.ON, SEE and Shell Energy, getting a better deal and reducing your energy bill has never been easier.

So far, have…

  • Helped 627,708 billpayers save £40,782,189

Energy tariffs regularly change, with energy companies introducing more attractive deals to bring in new customers. Subsequently, loyalty is not rewarded. If you are a long-term customer, your reward for being loyal is to pay more than new customers.

If you think that’s wrong, then is for you.

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Like many homeowners across the UK, chances are you are not sure which energy tariff you are currently on - or if it is the best tariff for you. The variety of tariffs operated by energy companies are complicated, but this is where ismybillfair comes in to its own with its easy to use online calculator, which will establish how much you can save on the tariff you are currently paying for.

Alex, added: “Alternatively, if your provider isn’t yet working with us, we'll help you switch to get a fairer price elsewhere. We have a range of partners waiting to offer you a fairer deal - you can get a firm quote with no obligation.”

Go enter your tariff details and see if you being overcharged.

It’s that simple.