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  1. I can't answer this question definitively, so please take this answer with a grain of salt. However, if I were a DWP DM, or a welfare adviser working with a claimant I'd see it this way: The one month limit applies starting from the date of the change of circumstances which gave rise to the possible SDP award, or the date the claimant notified the department of the change if that date is later. In your case, the change is your award of DLA MRC, so you could not seek backdating for more than one month before the date you informed the DWP of this award. But the current problems are not
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  2. Well, I had a spare hour this afternoon and have done some more digging. Basic company details for c: Registered no: 01518632 Registered office: 201 Great Portland Street London W1N 5HA Incorporated: 24 Sep 1980 Status : LIVE Previous names: 11/07/1990 M.A.A. PENSION PLAN TRUSTEES LIMITED/MOTOR INDUSTRY PENSION PLAN TRUSTEES LIMITED However, another site shows me that the scheme for the garage I am looking for transferred to PPF - which I guess means that you may be entitled to some compensation. http://www.pensionprotectionfund.org.uk/TransferredSchemes/Page
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  4. Depends upon what your primary objective is. If its protecting your property assets then frankly you are going to need to pay off your debts. A couple of options spring to mine - a debt management plan administered either by yourself or one of the debt charities (never use a fee paying one) or an IVA. A DMP is an informal agreement and as such there is no guarantee that your creditors will freeze interest - but it worked for me. I paid off £93k worth of unsecured debt, but I was able to do so in less than 5 years which I think helped persuade my creditors to be co-operative. You menti
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  5. Hi. 1.No debts/accounts do not have to shown on CRA files. 2.Barclays placed the default if Lowell have bought the account you need to contact their data contoller by recorded delivery, there is no particular 'strategy'' for getting defaults removed each cas is different, so you need to give us more detail as to why you contest the dafault. 3. You need also to tell Lowell that the ''type'' of account is wrong.77 You should be aware getting defaults removed or even marked as satisfied it a very difficult and often long process.
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  6. Speed Credit are known for making mulitple requests for payments from bank accounts. You really need to get in touch with your bank and demand they do not permit any unauthorised withdrawals.
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