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    Does anyone know if I will have my utilities cancelled if I have a cifas fraud marker. Severn trent water and n power pay as you go gas and electric. Also will housing evict me for criminal activity. Really need some help please

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    I don't think the utilties or water will stop. N power may also but you on a more expensive prepayment meter. Is your landlord aware of the marker, as they may be your biggest problem.
    Wee you convicted of fraud or is there wjust the marker.!?

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    Thanks for your help. My landlord doesn't know yet but are in the rental exchange scheme so can access my public data which is where the cifas will show up. I haven't been convicted of anything. I owned up to it after I had paid it off

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