Quick background, we left a flat over a year ago, asked Scottish power for our final bill, gave them the meter reading, paid said bill and then transfered over to our new property with the same service provider. Or so my good lady leads me to believe, I do know that we asked for the final bill and it was paid. Anyhoo, they phoned yesterday to ask why we have not been paying our bills for over a year (I would certainly think that within a month or 2 they would have been in touch) and as my better half was in work at the time she explained she would get back in touch. It appears that the new tennants that moved in afterwards never registered with the power company, so never paid any bill. I can't help but get the feeling that Scottish power are in a situation where they have messed up, as they have our details thought "lets just bill them and see if they pay?". This has happened before with a council tax bill, but I digress. We have the means to find the address of the new(old) tennants, can we just pass this on to Scottish power and say, "here we've done the leg work for you, go annoy them"? Now I am the calm hindu cow to her incredible she-hulk when it comes to things like this, as it is the only bill I let her pay (its the little things that let them think they are contributing to the house) she won't let me deal with it. I fear her shouting at employees down the phone won't help any. Any idea where we stand legally on this? Can citizens Advice maybe offer help? I don't want to phone them on her behalf, as I have said she gets angry when I try to help, you wouldn't like her when she is angry. Cheers.