Ask Bill

Ask Bill


Many households are currently facing rising bills due to people spending more time at home. We also know that people are searching for the most impactful things they can do to help with climate change. Bill knows that creating environmental value goes hand in hand with creating financial value for gas, energy, and water users. Bill’s got a simple goal: to make it as easy as possible to get support with money and help you live a sustainable life at home. His website supports customers who might be anxious they are spending more than they have or are considering being kinder to the environment with their water, gas and electricity use.

What’s the purpose of Bill?

Auriga Services designed Bill as a role model to tackle some serious themes in an informal way. His knowledge comes from their 17 years in leading customer service, offering

  • Rounded, simple advice encouraging and motivating you to manage money better, receive the correct entitlements, access funding and reduce your demand for water and energy
  • Free online tools to self-assess and personalise advice, based on your home’s characteristics
  • For managing debt, he encourages you to contact Auriga who are offering free 1:1 in-depth and impartial advice over the phone or web-based – advice from the comfort of your home.

About Auriga Services

Auriga Services set up the online service, Ask Bill, as they are committed to supporting those who need help.

Auriga is:

  • A valued UK provider of services to people who are experiencing money issues.
  • A trusted supplier of crisis support and hardship assistance, currently working with 100s of charities and businesses including Severn Trent Water, Barnados and dozens of local organisations.
  • Friendly and non-judgemental – their skill is knowing how to make whole process of dealing with money worries feel straightforward. They employ over 80 talented people who give personal support to households wanting help on money, debt and efficiency. On a daily basis Auriga help 1,700 people with the challenges they face.

Through ‘Ask Bill’ they are allowing access to knowledge which can improve everyone’s wellbeing and home living. The online information addresses specific needs and actions about money and efficiency.


Tags: money, poverty, bills, debt, utility companies, online advice

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