What Causes High Electric Bills?

Answer

There are several probable reasons why your electricity bill is high. For example, an increase in the cost of electricity maybe a reason or your metre could be running unreasonably. It could also be caused by a new appliance you bought which is probably consuming more electricity. For more information, please visit michaelbluejay or metertocash on the web.
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