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How do I contact Martin Lewis to ask a question?

Whatever difficult question you have, Martin will be here to try and answer it for you. Call us on 08000 30 40 44 or send us an email to thismorning@itv.com. Please include your name and phone number on any emails sent. Calls are free from BT Landlines.

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Please email furtherhelp@moneysavingexpert.com and our team will aim to help as much as possible.

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Can I get in touch with Martin Lewis?

If you desperately want to contact Martin you can use the PM facility on the chat forum, although this should be reserved for dire emergencies!

Is Martin Lewis on twitter?

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How do I contact cheap energy club?

If you have any queries or concerns, you can email us at energyclub@moneysavingexpert.com. Please include your full name, the email address you joined with and your postcode.

How much is Martin Lewis net worth?

She gave birth to their daughter in November 2012. Lewis is Jewish and practises the Jewish faith. As of 2021, The Sunday Times Rich List estimates his net worth at £123 million.

How can I save more money UK?

23 easy money-saving tips that will help you cut the monthly Save first, spend later. Pay yourself first. Stay on track. Dont let cash slip through your fingers. Use an incognito browser. Check your workplace benefits. Shop for own brand. Claim back money with your name on it. Cut your grocery bill. Have a no-spend day.More items •27 May 2021

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MoneySavingExpert has a consumer rating of 4.35 stars from 17 reviews indicating that most customers are generally satisfied with their purchases. MoneySavingExpert ranks 8th among Personal Finance sites.

Is Octopus energy going bust?

Octopus Energy has been selected by Ofgem as the Supplier of Last Resort (SoLR) for Effortless Energys domestic and non-domestic customers. It was confirmed on 2 September that Effortless – which trades as Go Effortless Energy – would cease trading.

Who is the cheapest energy provider in UK?

Top five cheapest gas and electricity dealsCompanyExit fee1Orbit EnergyNone2Hub Energy£30 per fuel3GreenNone4Outfox the MarketNone1 more row•1 Apr 2021

What is the 30 day rule?

The Rule is simple: If you see something you want, wait 30 days before buying it. After 30 days, if you still wish to buy the item, move ahead with the purchase. If you forget about it or realise that you dont need it, you will end up saving that expense. Money not spent is money saved.

How much money should I save UK?

In the UK you should look to save between 10% to 30% of your salary. As mentioned before most people recommend you save 20% of your salary but the UK is a much more expensive country than other countries.

How did Money Saving Expert start?

Having been a business and personal finance journalist at the BBC, Id then moved on to start working as the Money Saving Expert on TV since 2000, starting at a small channel called Simply Money. Once that went under (as many digital channels did), I started writing a newspaper column and doing various TV appearances.

Is Octopus energy a British company?

Octopus Energy Group is a British renewable energy group specialising in sustainable energy. As of August 2021 the company has over 2.4 million domestic and business customers, as well as providing software services to other energy suppliers.

Is Octopus energy a reliable company?

Octopus Energy has been a high-achieving firm from the start. Its the only energy firm weve awarded WRP status to more than twice. It gets strong ratings across the board, from its bills to its customer service. Its customers were among the least likely to have had problems with their supplier in our survey.

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