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Shell Energy are con artists and cowboys?

The featured brief extracts were taken from between 6 & 8 Jan 2020. Visit the Shell Energy page on Trustpilot to view all reviews in their entirety, positive and negative. Watch out for any fake reviews. Note the reoccurring theme in negative reviews; the difficulty in speaking to the company by phone. 

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Very poor And a bad company to switch to… shell are con artists and cowboys

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Shame I have to give a minimum of one star! Moved into a house that is supplied by these jokers. Spent 40 minutes waiting for chat to be told that I cannot register via chat. Spent most of the afternoon trying to get through on the phone as they are always busy.

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Is Shell Energy the worst utility company for service?

The featured brief extracts were taken in recent days. Visit the above Shell Energy page on Facebook to view all reviews in their entirety, positive and negative. Watch out for any fake reviews. Note the reoccurring theme in negative reviews about Shell Energy; the difficulty in speaking to the company by phone.

Tom, 7 Jan 2020

Have been on the phone for a total of 90 minutes waiting for them to answer. What a brilliant company

Brian, 7 Jan

As soon as my contract expires I will leave after being with Shell and 1stUtility for many years. Can’t leave earlier due to punitive early leaving charges. Impossible to recommend this company for service or cost.

Ray, 8 Jan 2020

Anyone tried downloading the shell energy app. What a load of rubbish, sends one in circles trying to log in. Suggested I log in to shell go + app, not fit for purpose for a home energy customer, only if you buy shell fuel at a fuel station. I don’t. Communication between me and shell via email gets no where. read more

Shell-owned floating wind firm to ‘review future’ of Scottish office with oil major

A floating wind firm purchased by Shell in November is to review the future of a Scottish office registered before the buyout, the company’s head of projects said last night.

Brittany-headquartered Eolfi, a French renewable energy developer specialising in floating wind projects, registered the Edinburgh office for Eolfi Scotland in late October 2019.

It was announced that Shell would buy up 100% stake in the company on November 5 – but the deal was not finalised until December 20. read more

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