Sue Pietersen (YourUtilityConsultant.co.uk)
|Last online||25th Oct 2012|
|Member since||19th Jul 2010|
|Number of views||1140|
|Number of posts||53|
|Number of testimonials||2|
|Utility Warehouse Distributor|
My Business YourUtilityConsultant offers businesses and home owners a free, personal, no obligation service.
I am able to provide a free assessment of your bills and review and explain your contracts and discuss how you can make savings.
The services that I cover are :-
Phone, Internet, Mobile, Gas and Electricity.
I love what I do and if I can help you I will, and if I can't, I will walk away.
Business - YourUtilityConsultant.co.uk
With my free, personal, no obligation service, my aim is to reduce your expenses.
I can get you quotes from the UK's Top 18 Energy Suppliers. We can tender your energy supply if you wish.
This is a fantastic way of getting prices for your gas and electricty supply from the whole of the UK market. We can deal with any size energy supply. When the quotes come through, you decide if any of the quotes suit your business. This is a no obligation service that I can offer you, to make savings.
My service saves you time and money. I will help explain your bills for free.
I am also an Authorised Distributor with Utility Warehouse (to find out how you could be a distributor click this link - Opportunity ) and I can offer Small to Medium size Businesses an energy supply that has no minimum term contract.
Save money on you telephony, Internet and Mobile Services. Utility Warehouse offers you great value, fantastic savings and award winning customer service!
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I offer a free personal service, with guaranteed savings for your home. I also look after the clients I introduce to the Savings Club. Our services include - Phone, Internet, Mobile, Gas and Electricity.
Earn CashBack every time you go shopping and put Fuel in your car, with our unique CashBack card - this can quickly add up to a 25% saving on your monthly bill! Other advantages of being a Club Member include -
Free Personal service
1 monthly bill - for all your services
No minimum contracts
1 Dicect Debit
The more services you take the more savings you make
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Please visit MoreWaysToSave.co.uk for more information.
I was born in Zimbabwe. My youngest son Hughan is profoundly deaf. At 14 months old we were told that hearing aids would not benifit him and we should start signing to him straight away. He is 22 years old now, he does not sign and can hold a normal conversation on a phone. This is fantastic!
When I turned 50 I decided that I had better write down what we did to help Hughan, incase another member of our family has a deaf child. It soon became clear that I should start write a book, "Living in Two Worlds", to help other parents who may be in a similar position to us.
21 years on and I am now publishing the diary that we kept of Hughan, 21 years after it happened. If you're interested in follow that story, visit hughansdiary.com. I would love you to follow us on twitter.com/hughansdiary. I am writing up the diary for others to see what we did (including training videos from 21 years ago).
Vil, my eldest son, has now helped me put together a Speech Development Program, with our videos, that parents can have access to with all of the techniques that we used to get the results we have achieved with our son.
Proceeds from my book and the program will go to help deaf children in Africa (more information about this is on my profile).
It is my aim to help as many other children in the world from our experience. My Charity is called Speech For Deaf Children (please feel free to make a donation)
When we found out that Hughan was deaf, we were living in Gaborone, in Botswana. We decided to follow a speech orientated program, which was based in Cape Town. Because we were living so far away from the centre, I was encouraged to keep a diary of activities and photos of what we were doing, so that the centre could keep up with what we were doing at home.
Every 4 months we traveled to the centre and a video recording was taken on each visit of me working with Hughan. On our return home to Gaborone, we could watch these videos to make sure that we were using the correct techniques I was taught, to encourage his speech.
All of these videos of us working with Hughan, in Cape Town, are part of the course. This is our experience only and the Book and the Course are based on all of our notes. The little things that we did each day contributed to where we are now. It was a little thing like - never use the word "IT". Everything had to be given a name! This was one of the big contributing factors, to our success with the program.
When Hughan turned 6, we were told that he had Glycoma in his eyes. We could handle the one handicap in Africa. To secure his future, we decided to move to England.
I decided to be a distributor with Utility Warehouse, as the business I set up is passed down to my Boys and will secure their future. We moved to UK in our 40's without a pension and this will also enable us to look after ourselves when we retire.
What I enjoy most about being a distributor is, the people I get to meet and the savings I help them enjoy. There is no pressure in selling and I walk away if I can't help you save. Please visit YourUtilityConsultant.co.uk or MoreWaysToSave.co.uk for more information.
Have a great day!