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  1. Hi, been offered 1 hours work a week self employed at a rate of £20. I need to know a few things - how will this affect my JSA when I declare the work? and how do I declare this? I've never been self employed before so need to know what to do regards taxes/NI too. I know I'm asking a lot here but I want to work and in the current climate self employed may be a way to go. Thanks in advance omskus
  2. omskus

    Ingeus

    My answers to the three questions asked by DMA. Lets see if they sanction me! 1) Why did you not provide the provider with ID to prove your right to work? I DO NOT HAVE TO PROVE TO THE PROVIDER THAT I HAVE A RIGHT TO WORK. THIS IS A MATTER BETWEEN MYSELF AND THE RELEVENT GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES. THE MERE FACT THAT I HAVE BEEN MANDATED ONTO THE WORK PROGRAMME WOULD SEEM TO INDICATE I HAVE THE RIGHT TO WORK! IN SPITE OF THIS I SHOWED THE PROVIDER MY SIGNING ON CARD, REFERRAL LETTER AND I EVEN GAVE THEM SIGHT OF MY BANK DETAILS BY SHOWING THEM MY BANKCARD. THIS IS ABOVE AND BEYOND WHAT I
  3. omskus

    Ingeus

    @ Bakatcha I better deal with it - I really don't have much to fear - worst they can do is stop benefits and then I win appeal. I understand that could be a long battle but as long as I'm within the line of the law. I just won't expect any apologies. Hopefully the job I've got will hurry up and get me a contract and start date. I really want to get going with that. Its not worth me relying on their computer glitches.
  4. omskus

    Ingeus

    @flumps1976 you are correct - it is the DMA - just they are based at a JCP
  5. omskus

    Ingeus

    Yip - thats what I'm going to do. I'll put my responses up later when I've finalised them. Only problem I have is with the end you provided to question 1 " At the time this was accepted by you as proof of my identity and of my right to work and I wasn't asked or mandated to provide any further proof..". They obviously did try to press for further ID (I even met the manager/enforcer of the place) but eventually started keying my details in the computer which I would take as them accepting my ID. Any ideas how I can change that?
  6. omskus

    Ingeus

    Amazingly its the JCP who are asking for answer to those questions - its sad their staff aren't told clients rights.
  7. omskus

    Ingeus

    Good news - I hopefully have a job - awaiting contract - hopefully it wont fall through for any reason. I'll need your help for signing off ensuring they don't get paid. Bad news - that could take a few weeks and I've just been sent a letter stating that I attended the work programme but failed to participate in it. They've asked me to answer some questions or I'll be sanctioned (I obviously need money to continue my job search in case that contract does not come through). Can you guys help me answer them in the best way possible? 1) Why did I not provide the provider with ID to prov
  8. omskus

    Ingeus

    Hmm had an early interview with them yesterday. They are really jobsworths with no plan B if you don't sign their forms etc. Didn't sign DPA waivers and provided my signing booklet and referral letter as ID. Stated that any funding they provide may be affected by not signing the DPA waivers (not my issue). Absolutely hounded me for an email address as I can't sign onto their special system which has jobs no one else has without it. After ten minutes I set up a new hotmail one that I stated would only be used for the purposes of logging onto their system. They refused to
  9. omskus

    Ingeus

    Great advice. Registered my interest for some volunteer positions (which are actually more demanding and useful than basic jobs - actually help me get a half decent job). Got asked to fill in two forms when I visited. One was a data protection consent form and the other a consent to share form - I presume I protect my DPA rights by not signing/completing these? and I will be within my rights - no sancations etc?
  10. omskus

    Ingeus

    Right. Got an appointment with one of these places next week. I've read about ten pages back and its pretty scary what goes on. I need a quick guid know what to do/not to do. I think I may have signed one of those waiver forms when I last signed on but am not sure - is it the job centre that gets you to sign them?
  11. Hi, First time I contacted halifax and asked for a CCA they sent me out my most recent statement. When I sent a chaser letter they replied with a reconstituted copy. They state on the letter - "The copy of the agreement enclosed with this letter complies with the requirements of the consumer credit (cancellation notices and copies of documents) regulations 1983 (the "regulations") regulation 3(2)(b) provides that a copy can omit any signature box, the signature or date of signature. In summary we are not required to produce a copy with your signature on it. by providing a copy of the
  12. Mines looks like this but is illegible in places - would that line be worth pursuing?
  13. Ok call me silly I'm a newbie round here - whats incorrect with that CCA? - I've got the same one - and its pretty illegible too.
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