Léon Dupagne, 76, has lived in a house on the Chaussée de Wavre in Wanze since 1972. The house is rather large, “we had four children and we were happy that they each had their own room”, indicates his wife, but the building is nothing fancy. “Originally it was an old store like we found everywhere at the time,” recalls Eliane.
Léon worked all his life at the Raffinerie Tirlemontoise in Wanze. “I started out as a driver, then I gradually climbed the ladder to become service manager at the sugar refinery. His wife devoted herself to the education of their four children. Today, the couple lives thanks to Léon’s pension which amounts to 2,400 euros.
By managing their budget, which they watch closely, they were able to get by. The last installment that Luminus demands from them for the gas has plunged them into distress.
>>> Luminus advises him to increase his monthly installment… to 1,236 euros!
>>> Léon was shocked by the tone used in the letter: “It’s completely out of place! »
>>> His full testimony HERE.