Asked by Ester
on 22-05-2019 22:15:06
Question posted in the Consumer Protection Law
category relating to Limpopo
Question value: R 300.00
I had electrical problems in October 2017,and called the municipality for assistance they came and did a connection bridged ro my meter and told me They will return once they have new meters so they never came back, I went to the municipality last week to check on the progress of the issue "today they came and installed a new meter when I go to the office to register it they told me I have to pay because the connection was illegal I don't have names of electrician who did that but I have a number plate of the vehicle they were using, Since as I speak now I don't have electricity.
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