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4 Responses to Electricity and Gas

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    Leon | June 21, 2016

    what is the best rate provided for solar power after 31 December 2016

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      Shirley | June 28, 2016

      Hi Leon,

      Thanks for your question.

      Unfortunately this is beyond the scope of our service. We recommend that you get in touch with a solar installer directly to help provide a quote.

      I’ve emailed you a couple of links to help you.

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    Alfaz | March 26, 2016

    I am a foreigner, can i get loan from you? My electric and gas bill become due and have to pay my due bill. In time, my hand is vacant. so if you help me to give me a little money $2000 to pay my due bill. i will grateful to you. please help me.

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      Elizabeth | March 29, 2016

      Hi alfajuahmed,

      As a financial comparison service we don’t offer the loans ourselves, but you can find out some of your smaller loan options on this page. It details banks and short-term lenders that may be able to assist. Make sure to check the eligibility criteria before submitting your application, which you can do on the lender’s website or on the relevant finder.com.au review page.

      Hope this will help.


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