British householders are getting angry with the actions of dual fuel providers, according to an expert.
Emma Adler, media relations manager for Consumer Focus, says the setting of prices has attracted the ire of many customers.
In fact, consumers are particularly tired of being hit with price increases and having to find more money to pay their bills.
"Customers will be baffled as to why they have seen only tiny price cuts when wholesale costs have been so low for so long, yet suppliers hike prices as soon as wholesale costs start to edge up," explains Ms Adler.
The result of this is a growing distrust of dual fuel providers and other energy companies by homeowners around the nation.
Last week, consumer website Which? concluded that power suppliers are now more hated by the British public than banks, with 86 per cent of people revealing they are worried about tariffs.
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