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September 7, 2016
At last! A way to save money on energy without expending much energy

Unlike comparison websites, Flipper does not receive a penny from suppliers, so there is no incentive for it to promote or exclude any deals.

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August 29, 2016
New service Flipper offers to do energy switching for you

Many people are overpaying for their gas and electricity, by around £200 according to recent government estimates, often because switching to another company is seen as too much hassle. But a company called Flipper is offering a service where it will do the hard work for you, for a small fee.

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July 30, 2016
Are you paying too much around the house?

Sarah Pennells is looking at ways to make your money go further around the house when it comes to bills, food shopping and other costs. To help Sarah show you the best way to save money, she is joined by Hilal Kanafani, co-founder of Flipper, Kevin Pratt of Moneysupermarket and Naomi Willis, of the Skint Dad website.

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July 5, 2016
Michael Robinson interviews Flipper

Michael Robinson: "The thing that, for me, really separates you from all the other switching sites is that you say you won’t take commission. How can you run a business without it?" Talal Fathallah: "We charge our customers £25 a year for access to the service. We won’t charge unless we’ve identified a deal that saves at least £50 per year, so by signing up you’re effectively guaranteed £25 of benefit. That in itself is plenty to sustain us as a business. We’ve actually been offered commission by some energy companies but we turned it down, reason being that there would be a real conflict of interest for us if we were to accept commission payments."

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July 4, 2016
Can smart switching cut your energy bills?

A new generation of energy switching services is emerging, claiming to offer better ways for millions of people to cut their gas and electricity bills.

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June 7, 2016
How to save up to £300 on your energy bills easily with Flipper?

Do you wish you could save money on your energy bills but don’t really know how or where to go about it? It is one of those household jobs that can have a huge impact on family finances but one of the jobs I shy away from.

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June 7, 2016
How can start-ups disrupt existing markets for the benefit of customers?

Marketers are taught that the customer is king. However, companies seemingly forget this principle by putting their own needs first.

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May 23, 2016
How I saved £816 on my energy bills with no effort at all

Families spend £400 too much on energy each year, and yet very few of us get round to switching deals. Londoner Stephen Brewster was one of the many Brits fed up with the long, drawn-out process of finding a better energy tariff. Then he came across Flipper, which styles itself as “your personal energy shopper”.

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May 22, 2016
New soldier-led energy supplier takes on Big Six with 'military efficiency' - and it is easy to switch

Three hundred pounds a year feels like an awful lot of money to lose when it is to pay for a parking fine or overdue tax. But as an excess payment on energy bills, apparently millions of people are too lethargic to do anything about it.

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April 26, 2016
Tech Pitch: Flipper Community

Flipper is a personal energy manager. Our members sign up in seconds without the need to give us any energy provider or usage information. We connect to their online energy account and use their actual usage data to match them to the best deal in the market. We switch them automatically and then run a check every three months to ensure they are kept on the best deal.

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April 21, 2016
Flipper automatically switches energy suppliers for you

You may like the idea of constantly switching energy supplier for a cheaper deal, but who has the time? While Onedox will alert you to the best deals, so that you can make that decision, I’ve just heard about Flipper, the “personal energy shopper”.

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April 19, 2016
Why Changing Energy Providers Is Good For The Environment And Your Pocket

Changing energy providers doesn’t have to be the ‘big headache’ that many people may think it is. It is now far easier to change your energy providers, and if you do make a switch you will not just save money but you could actually be doing some good for the environment too.

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April 16, 2016
New this week: Energy Bills

Bored with constantly having to switch gas and electricity suppliers to find the best deal? A new service promises to take away the hassle — For a fee of £25. will automatically move your account to the lowest-cost provider, searching for and switching to the best possible tariffs as they arise, rather than being a simple comparison service. It says users will save £200 — £300 a year, and it will refund the £25 fee if savings are less than £50. Meanwhile, GB energy this week launched a dual-fuel tariff which it says will cost the average household just £755 a year. Patrick Collinson

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April 12, 2016
Saving systems for the lazy

Should you try and save money by constantly moving energy suppliers, mobile phone contracts and credit card companies? Should you make sure you make the most of every penny of your savings by moving from bank to bank as rates change? And should you be constantly watching the charges on your current account just in case they rise when you aren’t watching?

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April 9, 2016
Guide for lazy switchers: How to make someone else do the work while you save cash by moving to a better energy deal

Gas and electricity bills have risen sharply in recent years. But few householders take their business to a rival supplier often enough – if at all – despite an opportunity to save hundreds of pounds a year. A new company called Flipper says it will not only compare tariffs on your behalf, but organise the switch automatically too – up to four times a year.

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April 4, 2016
Energy tariffs rise to 800, increasing complexity of choice and making it harder to save money

Traditionally there have been 20 energy tariffs per provider, now there will be 800 – making it harder for consumers to find the right energy tariff to save up to £400 per year. Flipper offers a way to disrupt the price comparison market by making energy switching simpler. With machine intelligence it automatically switches its subscribers to the best tariff.

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March 18, 2016
CMA report into energy market says it is ripe for disruption and innovation

The investigation of the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) into the energy market has once again highlighted that the market is ripe for disruption and innovation. The regulator’s draft report, which was released following its investigation on 10thMarch 2016, shows that there is a long way to go before it works properly for consumers and business customers.

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March 17, 2016
CMA energy report shows market ripe for disruption

The regulator’s draft report, which was released following its investigation on 10th March 2016, shows that there is a long way to go before it works properly for consumers and business customers. Dr. Nigel Evans, Chairman of Flipper, welcomed the findings. “The CMA’s report confirms the problem that around 17 million households in the UK could be saving between £310 and £360 by switching energy but the fact is, they aren’t doing it,” he said. “This is primarily due to the process of switching being time consuming and far too complicated for consumers to navigate.”

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March 1, 2016
New auto-switch services launch: will they change the game for energy customers?

Fine ambitions on increasing customer switching run into one problem: it’s a tedious business, and one that can leave you uncertain, on switching sites, whether you really have got a better deal. New auto-switch service could change that

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