- Thanks Robert for the heads up on where to complain. I have not but will surely be doing so soon. Hope others will also. From: email@example.comMessage 1 of 3 , Jun 3, 2013View Source
Thanks Robert for the heads up on where to complain. I have not but will surely be doing so soon. Hope others will also.
I trust you have contacted PUC? TX attorney general’s office too, if you suspect fraud.
Correction the correct spelling is Tara Energy (not with a “e” as in the first release). I need to get over my anger before typing an email. I hope there is not company called “tera”.
I just wanted to alert others to the huge ongoing problems we have had with Tera Energy who we use for our electricity provider.
I have rarely in my long life experienced such an incompetent group of people.
Their billing $$ do not add up. We pay by credit card so we have verification of the amount they charged us, when paid, etc., and we have their confirmation numbers on our payments also, yet they change the numbers after we talk to them. Their customer service reps are incompetent, untrained or stupid, or all of the above. They tell you one thing and do another. They practice “creative accounting”, but will not allow you to speak to a supervisor (hang up on you), nor the head of the accounting department, nor divulge the name or contact info of the CEO.
We have two houses with Tera, plus our daughters house & and a few of friends use them. All six accounts are having similar problems with Tera. They cut the electricity off at a friend’s house who had proof of payment. They send out “notification” of intent to cut off, when bills have already been paid, on several occasions to several of the accounts I am familiar with.
Just thought there maybe others reviewing their electricity provider. My opinion is that Tera Energy should be allowed to file bankruptcy and stop damaging their industry reputation.
If anyone can recommend a quality provider at reasonable prices I would appreciate it, as we will all be changing at the earliest opportunity.