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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite
The electrical system that powers the average home throughout the world is still a controversial topic after several decades. The Electricity Scam: How Energy Companies Rob You. How to Stop Them by Rigel Garcia Rives outlines the parameters of how the electricity companies operate. In this book you will learn the different breakdowns of the fees and what all of the fees entail. Rigel gives you the real deal about the part that the government plays in this game of electrical monopoly. You will not only learn about the electricity scam, but Rigel provides some solutions from wind to solar energy. Rigel is an environmental activist. In this book Rigel offers the due diligence of establishing an argument to make the reader take a closer look at how they are powering, heating and cooling their dwellings.
It was sad to read of the injustice that the elderly, disabled, poor and veterans are experiencing due to their inability to pay their electrical bills, from a lien on their property to obtaining a bad credit rating. What's worse is that there is no government, court or legal system that is available to help them in these circumstance. This book not only enlightened me about electricity companies, but educated me on their operations and the other solutions available to me. With company monopolies, economic disparities, and unstable weather patterns causing high energy bills, something has to change within the electricity marketplace before it's too late.