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Just energy - Constant harassment and trespassing

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Review by angeloarc on 2012-05-29
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HOUSTON, TEXAS -- Just energy has been coming to my house every couple of months for over 3 years even though I have complained to them. I have also complained to the ny consumer protection, bbb, ny attorney general to document they are breaking the law by tresspassing. I have documented every time they have come to my home with a camcorder. I have even called the police on them the last 2 times they were at my door. the last time last week they would not leave my property when I asked them to several times. I felt threatened. I think I have more than enough documentation to hire an attorney for tresspassing, taking away the enjoyment of my home, tresspassing and other torts. I think anybody who reads this should also go to your city council meetings to complain in public. then when other people complain and show up at council meetings they will havt to do something to stop the harassment and the many people going through this can all make these same complaints. If enough complain something will be done. If enough lawsuits are won against them they will change their ways
Comments:6 Replies - Latest reply on 2012-05-30
Posted by TLSmith on 2012-05-29:
You didn't say why the keep coming to your house. Do you owe a bill that they are trying to collect on? Are they doing work and they need to access your property to get to where they need to be? What is the reason they told you that they keep coming to your house?
Posted by trmn8r on 2012-05-29:
You use the word "sales" in your subject line. Are they soliciting you to become a customer?
Posted by Ponie on 2012-05-29:
Do you have to hire an attorney to get a trespass order? I thought all you had to do was go to your local police department. I just gotta stop watching reruns of COPS and Judge Judy. :)
Posted by SteveWiginowski on 2012-05-29:
I had something similar to this where I am. Every couple of months someone comes by the house and asks to see our electric bill. They then say that they can save us money if we agree to be switched to their company, but the service would still be through our provider and the bill would be paid to our provider. They didn't explain to me how the savings work, so I followed the saying that if it seems to good to be true, then it probably is.

A couple months after we declined, they came back. My wife was home and signed up with them (I wasn't there), but we had a 3 day window to cancel. So I called and cancelled.

Just the other day they came back out to our house (we were going for a walk and saw people at our house from the end of our block). We stopped and talked to a neighbor for a few minutes and they stayed at our house knocking on the door. Eventually, we got back home and asked them if we could help them.

They went through their thing saying that we should sign up and that our neighbor did, so we should to. I told them that I'm not interested. They were saying that it didn't make sense not to sign up for their thing and they're suppose to sign me up. I said I'm not interested, again, and asked for them not to come back to my house.

I looked up the company online and couldn't tell if it was a scam or not (some say yes, some say no, so no clear answer), but since I didn't get a reason or explination from them yet on why or how I'd save money, I won't be using them.
Posted by KevinTX on 2012-05-29:
pit bull.
Posted by TLSmith on 2012-05-30:
Oldest trick in the book: Door to door sales person will say while holding a clipboard.......

"I just signed up all/many of your neighbors"

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