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I had all utilities switched from my landlord's name into mine before we moved into the house we are renting. I have been receiving extremely high water bills in the first week after we moved in. I received a water bill for over $98 and had only lived in the house for about 10 days. So the bill is basically my landlord's bill but I got stuck with it. My landlord is also getting my bill sent to him. I had a shut off notice after only 30 days. I have been trying to pay the bill but somehow get behind. It's making me look bad as if I don't pay my bills but I do pay my bills. I was only given less than two weeks and now have another $140 bill! I'm assuming with prepay for our water service. I received a very nasty note from my landlord's office manager saying we needed to switch the account into my name. I switched it into my name 2 weeks before we moved in. I never remember this much for water when I lived in PA! I live in the county next to Cleveland. In Cuyahoga county landlords are required to keep the water bill in their name because of problems like this one. The landlords prorate the water into the rent. I showed the office manager that all the utilities were switched into my name. I am also tired of trying to explain why the bill has been past due. I have paid close to $300 in 4 months of living here. At this pace, I'm ready to find a new place when my lease expires. I always pay my bills on time. I have a perfect rent payment history with all of my landlords. Should I call the city to make sure they took the landlord's name off of the bill? They did a credit check before I rented and now I have good credit. This is making my credit look bad!
I moved in on May 14. Got a bill for $46 on May 18. On May 24, received a bill for $112. I hadn't lived there only 10 days. Now owing $162 with a late fee. No one uses that much water in 9 days! Utility company said that I had to pay a deposit for $46 for trash service? I paid a $150 security deposit when I signed up for service. I paid off the back bill and tried catching up when I got another $75 3 weeks later! it was close to $180 for less than 30 days of service! I received a shut off notice and got that paid off. I keep on getting billed but never seem to catch up. Something is wrong with the utility company. Had a problem with my electric company billing me for an estimated bill of only $10 for June's bill. However, they were willing to work with me and I will have it paid off in a week. This is ridiculous that this utility company is sending my personal credit info to my landlord. I have been a victim of new-jersey theft. It's my bill not his to worry abou
It seems to me that the responsiblity resides with the utility company. Once an account goes out of his name and into yours, than its an agreement between you and them. And it is up to them to make certain they do not bill you for anything before it went into your name. I don't see what it has to do with the landlord. If he owes the utility company, then he should be receiving a separate bill. What you are stating doesn't add up a whole lot. Not that you are lying or anything. Just that, I have to wonder if you are getting ripped off. I am sure if you look into the laws of your state and/or county, you will find some leverage where you can get out of the lease and just move somewhere else. Thats what I would do considering the problems you have had from the start. My experience with landlords is this. If it gets off to a bad start, it won't get better. Move.
You need to call the city and see exactly what is going on. The first thing I would do is ask about the first bill = Was it really a "bill" or was it a "deposit"?