He told the pensioner, who was left not able to eat or sleep with worry because of the huge fee: “If the worst concerns the worst, well pay it for you.”
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Phillip Schofield was speaking with an upset caller on todays This Morning
Poor Patricia, who was at her wits end prior to calling the show, informed 58-year-old Phillip: “Its causing me not to consume or sleep.”
The 73-year-old hadnt been sending in gas or electrical energy readings to her provider because she could not understand them, saying unfortunately: “I do not understand how.”
Patricia in Norfolk was landed with a ₤ 701.85 expense after switching energy companies – due to the fact that she didnt know how to check out the meter.
He host replied sternly: “No, no no no. Do not do that. Listen, one method or the other well repair this for you.”
Phillip informed her: If the worst pertains to the worst, well pay it for you
He assured: Listen, one way or the other well fix this for you
Money saving specialist Martin Lewis, who was also assisting worried viewers with their issues assured that someone on his group would help her too.
Patricia responded: “Thank you extremely much. Im so grateful I got across you.”
He gestured throughout the panel, which included co-host Holly Willoughby, 39, and Martin Lewis, 48, stating: “If the worst comes to the worst well pay it for you.”
She explained she was landed with the approximated expense after trying to switch to a more affordable energy supplier for her gas and electricity.
Patricia, 73, said she was landed with the big bill after not reading her meter
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He ensured Patricia: “If no one knows just how much youre using, the bills cant be right.”
A third posted: “Awe, bless Patricia. Grateful they will sort it for her. Now Im concerned though asi dont give meter reading either.”
One audience tweeted: “God like her, hope Patricia sorts her bill out” while another composed: “Poor Patricia, its not her fault she cant check out a metre.”
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He host replied sternly: “No, no no no. Listen, one method or the other well repair this for you.”
A third posted: “Awe, bless Patricia. Grateful they will arrange it for her. Now Im concerned though asi do not provide meter reading either.”