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    More lies and contradictory statements
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    • 5th Oct 11, 4:46 PM
    More lies and contradictory statements 5th Oct 11 at 4:46 PM
    Another (female) dealing with my complaint and yet fail to answer the relevant questions.

    We have to follow the upper tribunals decision however they have reviewed the wrong assesment (that wasn't under appeal) and implemented a brand new one with a refuse to revise notification however in my responce they said that it went down to the original assesment. Rubbish


    Neither tribunal knows about my change of circumstances relating to me going onto Job seekers allowance as i was only appealing about an assesment effective October 2002 -Sepetember 2003 (Which was corrected during the complaints process). The Oct 2002 assesment based its inome from July2002 assesment.

    Are they allowed to use best available evidence for applying dividends to an assesment cause they CBA getting the info themselves.
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