EDF Energy

Email claimed to be an invoice from EDF Energy, a UK company. We have no business with EDF Energy. The email claimed we had to pay a balance of 592.00 British pounds. When I clicked the invoice, my server would not bring me to the page to view the invoice (our server is very protective). The email also used Quickbooks’ logo, which made it seem more legitimate.

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Yes it is. Based on the user review published on PropertyFraud.com, it is strongly advised to avoid EDF Energy in any dealing and transaction.
Not really. In spite of the review published here, there has been no response from EDF Energy. Lack of accountability is a major factor in determining trust.
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EDF Energy is rated 1 out of 5 based on the reviews submitted by our users and is marked as POOR.
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