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Disability and Thames water debt arrears
Hello everyone. Anyone know about the Thames water support who can clear my water bills which is getting more and more because of my condition I use a lot of hot tub bath 3 to 4 times a day because of my chronic fatigue muscles syndrome where medicine are not working properly and I have severe and constant body pain all the time which affected my sleep. Since two years my water balance adding up more and more I pay £40 a month since than but now have cap up on the bills but I cannot clear previous balance of £3000. Please guide me what options I got I have 3 kids and have low income . You suggestions will really helpful to support me .
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