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  1. I was told that DWP helplines are very busy on a Monday - try tomorrow. (can you get down to the job centre?)
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  2. I just wish o2 were as good at settling these problems like vodafone do for there customers pfffffff
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  3. Hi Welcome to CAG How far past the 16 weeks are you? Llloyds are being slow at the moment but you could always send them a letter (recorded) telling them that they are now in breach of the FSA time limits and you want a response within 7 days to avoid formal complaint to fos ims
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  4. Hi, No. It is and always will be his debt. Your acting on his behalf will not change that
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  5. It's obviously sound advice that one should not trust a person who is being paid to gather evidence against you. And as it appears you have the right to make a recording, it seems like a good idea to avail yourself of that right. It's quite another to imply, in a forum based on facts and evidence, that evidentiary recordings are routinely tampered with, despite the fact that such tampering is, in and of itself, a serious crime. I never met a fraud investigator at the DWP who cared enough about a case to risk going to jail. If you believe you should be able to introduce your own recor
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