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About HollyBerry2010

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  1. Hi all, I am not sure if i should be worried about this or not. I am a lone parent and i am currently house sitting for my ex land lord. He now works over seas and he is currently going to be away for the next 2 years approx. He is a non UK resident, so pays no tax etc. As i was a good tennant at a property of his last year, he asked me if i would be willing to move into his own home and look after his dog and home and do bits and peices of admin for him - rent free while he is overseas. I agreed and my daughter and I moved in at the end of last year. In the property i was previously living in i was claiming Housing Benefit and Council Tax benefit - both of these I now no longer claim as he pays the council tax himself and i don't need to pay him rent as i'm sorting out his dog. All of his belongings are in the house still (in a separate room from mine) and he still gets mail delivered to this address. He even lets me use his car. ( so long as i pay for the upkeep of it, MOT's tax etc) I have had a letter this morning saying that DWP have tried to visit me on two occasions, but i was out and that they are now coming to visit me at home next week " to make sure you are getting the correct amount of Income Support you are entitled to" It says i need to provide 2 forms of ID and proof of birth date for my daughter. It says its from the Performance Measurement department, from the Multi-benefit Review Officer. I am just wondering why they want a home visit? Even though the owner of the house does not live here, can i still get into trouble if his things are still here?? Will they be checking for things like that?? Any feed back would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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