At Boxfish, we work directly with clients, accountants and lawyers across the UK to resolve disputes against energy suppliers and rogue brokers. This includes taking disputes to the energy and water regulators, where we have never lost a case. This service is useful for any business that needs help with:

Breaking mis-sold gas, electricity and water contracts and assisting to claim back hidden and inflated commissions.

Revenue protection disputes (where clients have been accused of energy and/or water theft).

Why Choose Boxfish?

In 27 years, we have developed an incomparable track record, and we have never had a case go to court. If this alone doesn’t convince you, find out how Boxfish swim against the tide:

  1. 1. Our Guarantee - We have a 3 step guarantee to provide you with complete transparency, there are no hidden costs with us, ever.
  2. 2. Free Review - Our process starts with a completely free review of your utility contracts, with no obligations to keep working with us.
  3. 3. Full Transparency - As our fees are always agreed upfront, you won’t be surprised with additional costs throughout the process.
  4. 4. Unrivalled Experience - Working with the expert Boxfish team means you’ll benefit from 27 years of experience in the industry.

Disputes Against Energy Suppliers for Businesses Case Studies

Don’t just take it from us, see how we have helped our clients transform their energy costs:

Case Study: Aegon UK

Saved via our dispute service
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Annual water savings
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Aegon UK

Disputes Against Energy Suppliers for Businesses at Boxfish

Our disputes against energy suppliers and rogue brokers  for business service starts with your free, no obligation review. We use this to find out how much you are overpaying by currently and use it to fight your case against energy suppliers and rogue brokers. Get started now by filling out our form or calling us on 0141 226 8525.


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