Last April when I bought my home, I had called the previous owner's heating oil company to come and fill up my heating oil tank. When I spoke with them, I clearly told them that I don't need budget billing, automatic delivery or any other gimmicks. I also never signed any papers or contract. I paid in full for the 210 gallons they delivered. Today evening, I see a bill in my mail box - I went down and checked my tank and they have delivered 86 gallons for 4.85/gallon. I'm waiting on my Regency I2400 wood insert to take care of my winter heating (along with the remaining 125 gallons of oil in the tank) and I was hoping to run through this winter, before the oil company refilled my tank without asking for it - leaving me with a $412 bill. should I pay those suckers the bill or should I give them a piece of my mind? I would have rather sat at home with a winter jacket on, than pay 4:85/gallon for heating oil.