How Just Energy work

Just Energy is a 3rd party gas and electricity provider. Just Energy operate both in the US and Canada (see full list of companies under Just Energy below) operate by the Executive Chair of Just Energy, Rebecca Macdonald, Ken Hartwick, the Chief Executive Officer and President of Just Energy. Also, Executive Vice President, Regulatory, Legal Affairs, Gord Potter, and Scott Gahn.

Just Energy only hire independent sale contractors to go around door-to-door selling fixed-rate electricity and gas prices. These independent sale contractors need to sign a contract before they start working for the company. Basically, all the sales contractors need to sign a contract stating that they are independent sale contractors and they are responsible for everything. This is great for Just Energy because if the company is accused of fraud, the company would blame their independent sale contractors. That’s how western society work, get people to sign a contract to save your butt. That’s how this game is play.

To get inside the consumers’ homes the sale contractors misrepresent themselves by falsely claim they were affiliated with the consumers’ current gas and electricity supplier, or falsely claim they were sent by the government or falsely claim they were sent by a recognizable consumer group. The sale contractors will not disclose the large fee for their cancellation fee ($300 and more) and other terms and conditions before the consumers sign Just Energy’s long-term fixed-rate gas and electricity contract.

The company (Just Energy, Universal Energy, National Home Services and many other) will claim that it is not the company fault from this misleading sale tactics and will point the figure to their independent sale contractors. When the company get caught, the sales men will be the scapegoat which the company can easily dispose of, then replace with another independent sale contractor and end up doing same thing selling their fix-rate gas and electricity contract.

I want to make it clear that I do not work or affiliate to any gas and electricity provider. I am writing this because I was one of the people who first fell for this deception, fraud, scam or which ever you like to call it. I had someone from National Home Services came knocking on my door early this year (2009) and I been mislead by the sales man when he told me he was from my current gas and electricity suppliers to come to check my water heater.

Author: Electricity Companies

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