I could be wrong here but since I'd like to know the answer I'm replying...
There is a mechanism
for PP to talk to your supplier and then if your supplier has removed the objection PP can re-appy and in theory you need do nothing.
As far as I can make out from the Ofgem license document, that process isn't mandatory or automatic, but I would have thought it was in the interests of the would-be-new-supplier to communicate because they want you as a customer, however I can't put my hand on heart and say that PP will do this automatically, only @Marc W
ill be able to clarify that, (and I'd like to know the answer.)
If they did nothing it would simply time out and you'd need to re-apply
They can object because of debt, but even if they haven't had a reading for 6 weeks they must have a very good idea from your historic usage whether the account is likely to be in debt, I don't think it's a delaying tactic but it does sound like over zealous revenue assurance.
It's understandable if you don't want to say but who are your supplier?
Originally Posted by Limechase