Example final letter to avoid smart meter installation – another version

Example final letter to avoid smart meter installation – another version

FROM:
(name, address, utility account #)
TO:
(utility company CEO & address)
(date)

NOTICE OF LIABILITY

Dear (CEO name),

It is common knowledge and fully supported by evidence, peer reviewed and published research, science and facts that “Advanced” utility meters ( Smart meters), including all electronic utility meters and all utility meters which contain any digital or electronic components whatsoever:
. Are fire hazards.
. Cannot withstand typical grid surges.
. Cause damage to homes and structures when damaged by surges.
. Emit biologically harmful “pulsed” EMF radiation.
. Collect personal data of private activities in the home in violation of law.
. Fatally disrupt and disable medical devices such as Pacemakers.
. Cause heating and antenna effects upon any metal body implants which damage body tissues.
. Represent excess equipment costs with more expensive meters and represent more frequent replacement of the more expensive meters, all of which costs will be passed on to ratepayers via excess and unnecessary charges.
. Represents higher service costs in the processing and storing of data collected and general maintenance of the wireless grid network.

Most of the above cannot be authorized by any lawful easement contract, and represent unlawful and highly dangerous trespass on my home for which major liabilities will arise for which you are fully and personally responsible as authorizing and administering the policies which brought about the trespass and hazards. As a utility customer, I cannot lawfully be required to assume such hazards and damages as a condition of receiving electric service or as a means of extortion of additional service payments in return for safe, lawful and reliable metering which has been provided for many decades without any such penalty charges.

NOTICE OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS
If you are planning to have a Smart meter installed at my home, I will require full bonding, insurance and assurance of liability for all hazards listed above and any hazards not yet anticipated. That assumption of liability and responsibility must include your providing a name and address where my claims may be filed and paid WITHOUT HESITATION OR QUESTION to remedy any harm, injury, loss, damage or violation of rights caused by the above described electronic utility metering hazards, defects and offensive features and functions.

YOU ARE HEREBY GIVEN NOTICE THAT YOU ARE PERSONALLY CAUSING HARM AND DAMAGE WITH YOUR METERING DEVICES AND PROGRAMS, AND YOU ARE FULLY AND PERSONALLY LIABLE FOR ALL CONSEQUENCES OF THAT METERING POLICY IF YOU CAUSE THE ABOVE HAZARDS AND VIOLATIONS BY YOUR INSTRUCTION TO INSTALL ANY SMART METERS AT MY HOME

If, you fail to provide me with only safe and lawful metering at any time, and you additionally fail or refuse to provide the above assurance of liability and responsibility timely, you will be in default and fully and personally accountable, liable and responsible for all consequences, damages, harm, injuries, losses, violations of rights, trespass, bad faith, negligence, nuisance and malice associated with your electronic metering devices and programs. Your failure to provide insurance and claim information in a timely manner described above is agreement to personally pay for all claims as described. You will also, by any failure or refusal to provide insurance and claim contacts described above, be putting up and offering your company’s resources for prompt and uncontested settlement of my claims whenever they may be submitted.

Any failure to pay any reasonable claim within 30 days will obligate you to pay all collection costs, legal costs and expenses, court fees and all incidental costs and expenses I may find necessary to secure settlement and collection of my claims. I recommend providing contacts to me of your insurance carrier and providing the wording of your policy/s immediately. Any policy that is not provided and/or does not clearly provide the protection requested will be default on this notice.

All terms and conditions above automatically take effect upon your default on the above conditions and terms. A simple denial of this requirement and notice is insufficient because the hazards are serious, real and confirmed by overwhelming evidence and you are responsible for causing those hazards and violations.

Any rebuttal to this notice must be supported by fact, law and evidence and must be submitted to me timely. Urgency dictates that no “grace” period will be allowed beyond 21 days from this delivery other than reasonable time for mail delivery. Failure to respond in writing within 21 days constitutes full and final default. If you require up to 15 additional days to respond you may request that in writing prior to default. I will determine if your metering activities and policies will allow the extension and we will notify you in writing if extension is granted.

Notice to principal is notice to agent and notice to agent is notice to principle. This is an adhesion contract with power and effect by default.

NB I do not know if this format has been tested. I feel it could be rephrased but the essence is there.  As a first course of action, common sense dictates that you try the gentle approach  saying ‘I do not want a meter. I am not obliged to have one.’ and there is nothing they can do. In USA they are far more aggressive (surprise surprise) and they will either surcharge you or cut off your supplies if you resist. In the UK there is still hope – for the moment Ed.


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