13 thoughts on “How Many?

  1. Odis

    It’ll get really comedic, when they start taking these fictional people to court for non-payment. Having hit them for the max, for not replying to the letter.
    Phil Hogan is an EU commissioner by the way.

    1. Sidewinder

      Once got a litter fine to my student apartment for junk mail they found on the street that had clearly never been delivered. The person fined was named “The Resident” from what was on the junk mail. What a waste of time.

  2. Rob_G

    Is this a big news story? If they’re sending out letters to close to a million households, I’d be surprised if there weren’t at least a couple of thousand that were incorrect.

    1. the good helen

      really? you would be surprised if a few thousand weren’t correct. Ok put it in a different way, if your bank sent out your bank account details to someone else and then contacted you to tell you, would you A. be annoyed, or B say, oh its ok, i understand you send out letters to millions of people, errors happen. Yes its not a big deal really for the people, but a silly stupid mistake by a very large and should know better company.

      1. Kieran NYC

        Not comparable at all. YOU go to the bank to set up an account. Irish Water are working from the opposite direction.

  3. Bejayziz

    How are they supposed to know who lives in any given home? I wont open a letter which isnt addressed to me personally and presumably they cant bill a home if they dont know if anyone lives there

  4. Odis

    I thought their fancy consultants were supposed to have sorted this stuff out. Or was the €30M for designing the logo?

    1. ___

      Are people still going on about their consultants? Companies hire all the time because in the long run it’s cheaper than actually hiring people.

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