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Old 10-15-2010, 01:00 PM
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Just looking to see if anyone is using IGS or any other provider besides Vectren for natural gas and what you think of the service and cost. Thanks.
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Old 10-16-2010, 07:03 AM
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I asked this before and didn't get any responses. I have Vectren and keep asking myself "is everyone really paying 20.00 a month for NO gas, just service charges?" I haven't thought about whether their gas is more expensive.
A guy at work says he can't remember the details of what they had before, thinks it was Vectren but they switched to Vectren Source and it seems cheaper.
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Old 10-19-2010, 03:11 PM
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I guess not. Thanks^^^^
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Old 12-28-2010, 01:40 PM
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Vectran Source is a natural gas supplier. Basically Columbia gas gets their gas from a company such as this, that's how they can lock in your "great deal." I just responded to a job posting claiming to be for Columbia Gas and found out it was actually for VS. When I asked questions I felt like I just got the run around. They ARE NOT hiring "reps" they are hiring sales people. I add this bc they try to say "We aren't hiring sales people, we are hiring representatives." I have been looking into this company and I personally don't feel comfortable working for them bc I don't want to rip ppl off for a living. Some gas companies (like Columbia Gas) also offer budget plans that you can use your current provider and still have a locked in price. Vectran Source is also not listed with the BBB. Just remember to always read the fine print and if a "rep" does come to your door trying to sell they're services, make sure to ask questions, especially about extra fees, and get REAL ANSWERS.
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Old 12-28-2010, 02:23 PM
Location: Dayton OH
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We checked out VS a couple of years ago when they first came to the area. It sounded like a good deal, till I checked them out further. Their supposedly "fixed rates" are higher than Vectrens. If I remember right, at the time Vectren's rate was something like 87 cents per whatever they call it , and VS's were $1.18. I've never heard of GSI.
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