My father lived in a double glazed,insulated,studio apartment in a complex. Shower/toilet, kitchen,L shaped small room. Just enough room for single bed and setee(2 seater) and tv.He was hospitalised for 3 weeks prior to passing away. This coinciding with the first 3 weeks of the quarter. Account closed on Monday of fourth week. For this 3 weeks in August, EON submitted a final bill of £192-00.The only thing using electricity for this period was a fairly new, energy efficient, fridge freezer. Everything else being unplugged or isolated. He was also in credit with his account.On challenging the bill, it was reduced to £90-00.This i again refused to pay. Next came a bill for £42-50. Which i again questioned, as i had now, been informed that the amounts were estimated. They kept refusing to read the meter.Next a solicitors letter from them demanding this amount.Stating on payment the account would be closed, paid 23rd December. End of story NO! 11th march another bill for £30-40. ESTIMATED.Here we go again.Am in the process of closing my personal EON account.Should have done it sooner. Expecting trouble. YET ANOTHER BILL FOR £12-22. ON 21/3/2013. EON SAY MUST BE PAID.AS THEY HAVE DECIDED TO RE CALCULATE AGAIN. I contacted EON's solicitor. Quote ."We were told, that on payment the account would be closed " . !!!!!!!! ?????