Not honest...total scam
“ A man came to our business offering all of these savings if we switched to Nordic. He promised us lower rates...only to see our rates more than triple...and then be mysteriously billed 3 months after we stopped, stating they couldn't bill through our normal provider. ”
May 18th, 2020
Scamming Professionals and Sleezy Business Practice...you will NOT save money!
After NOT renewing a commercial two-year expiring contract with Nordic Energy in December 8, 2018 received a letter saying I owed them damages of $3,675. I immediately contacted Nordic for an explanation and left that message. Received an incoming nine minute telephone conversation December 20, 2018 from Sean Deering a director at Nordic and person who signed my energy contract on behalf of Nordic. After explaining the circumstances, Mr. Deering stated to ignore the letter he would close my account. Gratefully, I thanked him. Mr. Deering closed our telephone conversation asking me to keep his number so when my new contract expired I could call him directly to get Nordic's best rate. Since I have an upcoming new second commercial business that consumes considerable electric and gas, I informed Mr. Deering I would bring that business to Nordic as well. One would think the issue was put to rest.
September 3, 2019...nine months later, I receive a second letter generated from a collection agency on behalf of Nordic Energy demanding payment of $3,695. I've left four phone messages to Sean Deering. As of this writing he hasn't returned any of my calls even though I'm promised he would. Instead, each time I leave that message the collecting attorney returns those calls for Mr. Deering saying as of July 2019 Nordic now wants a damage payment.
Lesson learned...save ALL the aggravation...you're not saving money with Nordic Energy. Simply buy from your local energy provider. ”
September 16th, 2019
Nordic Energy Are Scammers!
“ Signed up thinking I was going to save money from what they told me and I wound up paying much more than I would had if had stayed with the main provider. ”
July 17th, 2019