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An even easier and cheaper means would be to send a letter to the service address (in care of "current resident" so that the mail would not get forwarded), explaining that the new resident had to re-establish service or their service would be cut off by DD/MM.


To you and GoofyHoofy---how is the utility supposed to know the property has changed hands? How are they supposed to differentiate between a customer who has moved and one who just hasn't paid their bill?

Curious

Pam
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