We validate every bill against 65+ variables

Millions of errors are made by large energy company billing engines every year. Energy bills are pretty complicated too so there’s a high probability that anyone checking bills manually could miss those mistakes and pay amounts that aren’t actually due.

If you choose Pulse to carry out your bill validation we will check your bills against all your contract terms, government taxes and levies and against your actual consumption. We’ll provide you with a summary of the audit and highlight any errors we find.

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Recovered Billing Mistakes

Since 2015 we have found and recovered more than £2M on billing mistakes for our customers

Why is Bill Validation so important?

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Millions of invoicing mistakes are made annually by suppliers

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Your business has certainly been a victim of billing mistakes without even realising

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The errors are often technical and not very obvious 

How it works

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We validate every bill against your contract rates, Checking for more than 65 variables

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We contact the supplier and raise a claim on your behalf

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If a claim is successful we will obtain a refund or credit for you within 90 days

We check for more than 65 variables, including:

  • VAT
  • CCL
  • Contract Unit Rates
  • Billing Periods
  • Property: Meter Details, Meter Readings
  • HH Consumption (where applicable)

Do you have any bill validation queries? Talk to our experts:

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