How To Cancel Spark Energy
Spark Energy is a utility company providing gas and electricity to people in the United Kingdom. It was founded in 2007 to fill a certain gap in the market of utilities. With just 300 employees in 2015, Spark Energy made the profit for the first time in 2013, and in 2015 the company reported a profit of £80 million. If you are a Spark Energy customer and you want to cancel your account with them, this article will be useful for you to understand how to do that fast to save time and money.
- First, enter the Spark Energy home page
- Check any fees that you will have to pay for a cancellation
- Contact the Spark Energy Customer Service 0345 034 7474
This information is a multi-step guide created to help you cancel your Spark Energy account. With each step you take, you will be able to understand how to proper cancel your Spark Energy service. If you have any questions related to Spark Energy or you just want to find more, please visit the Spark Energy Contact Numbers Page.
Step 1 – Enter the Main Spark Energy Website
Visiting the main Spark Energy website will help you to find the best information to cancel your Spark Energy contract.
- Enter the Spark Energy website by clicking this link
- Make sure you know exactly what Spark Energy service you want to cancel
- Prepare a payment method to pay for cancellation fees in case you have to do that
Step 2 – Review Spark Energy Cancellation Conditions
If you want to cancel your contract you can do that following the Contract Standard Cancellation Date by sending an email to their customer service, by contacting them on 0345 034 7474 or by writing a letter to Spark Energy head office address or by sending a cancellation form, by e-mail or by post. They will supply your property until you find another supplier under the Deemed Contract provisions agreement.
Reading the Spark Energy contract terms you will understand what are the conditions to meet if you want to end your contract. In case you move from your home and move to another place you have to notify them with at least 2 days before leaving. You can also end your Spark Energy if you have contacted another supplier from the date your new registered supplier becomes active at your property.
And also you can end you contract at any time by notifying in writing Spark Energy within 28 days before the date you want that contract to end. You will have to provide an accurate final meter reading at the end of your contract and you need to pay any due payments. If you don’t want or can not provide that final meter reading, Spark Energy may release a final bill based on an estimate of energy consumption.
Step 3 – Cancel Your Spark Energy Account
Locate “My Account” link at the top right of the Spark Energy home page and click there. You will be taken to the login web page where you will have to insert your Email and Password. Then you will be able to access your account where you can add meter readings, pay bills and keep track of your account or even cancel your contract. If you cannot find the cancellation link or you can’t do that by yourself, just complete the Spark Energy cancellation form interactive online setup.
Using this cancellation form you will be able to cancel your gas or electricity supply contract. You need to complete this form and send it to the support team by email or by Post to this address: Spark Energy Supply Ltd, Ettrick Riverside, Dunsdale Road, Selkirk, Scotland TD7 5EB. You will have to insert the account holder name, supply address, phone number, email address. You have to write also the start date of your contract and if you wish to cancel your electricity contract, gas contract or both. Then you have to sign it, add the date and send it to Spark Energy.
Step 4 – Contact Spark Energy Customer Service Contact Number Helpline
You will be able to cancel any of your Spark Energy contracts by calling the Spark Energy phone number 0345 034 7474. You will be welcomed by a member of the customer service team that will help you with any queries you may have related to cancelling your Spark Energy contract.