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January 16, 2009

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Tim

I got my electricity shut off yesterday. I live in northeast Missouri. I got laid-off on Dec. 31 2008 and have not been able to pay it. It now is over a thousand dollars and I still don't have a job and now I don't have any electricity. I have five people in the home and no one will help me with the bill for the fact that the bill is in my grandmothers name. If there is anything that anyone can do please help. Thank you.

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