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    • Icestar
    • By Icestar 20th Mar 17, 9:32 PM
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    Child Tax Credits Suspended
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    Child Tax Credits Suspended 20th Mar 17 at 9:32 PM
    Hi I'm after a little bit of advice, I have had my child tax credits suspended,the reason being was because apparently they said they had sent me a letter out in February,but then they said they sent me a letter out in January, And that I never replied to it, even tho the reason for that was because I never received any letter from them. So now I have had no money for 2 weeks, I'm a single parent of two children and I live with my father who is a pensioner. Just wondering if there is any help I can get towards me receiving any kind of money thanks.
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    Have they not taken action to restart your payments?
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