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About tillytally89

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  1. I have got the money there, but the guy in the interview said there will be a notice served immediately whether I can pay it off straight away or not so I still need to talk to the council about whether they will accept the payment and stop the eviction or not!
  2. Back from the interview now and they said they are issuing an overpayment straight away and that we will recieve a notice of seeking possestion of our house from the council very soon, because of the amount of arrears there will be. The guy was an arse, kept asking the same questions over and over again and trying to twist all our words. What they don't seem to realise is, if they take this further, my partner will lose his job and on my wage alone we will have to get housing benefit, if they drop it and say it was an honest mistake (which it was) we will pay off the debt and not get or want any benefit. But when we said this to him, he didn't respond. Can we get the CAB to talk to our housing association on our behalf to sort out a repayment plan?
  3. I need help, my partner has been accused of benefit fraud. Basically we were signing on but then we both got jobs, so we signed off and told them that we were starting work (they should have the recording of the phone call we made and our signing off sheets) and they told us that they (the Job centre) would inform the council of these changes. But they didn't inform them and we still got paid housing benefit. We left it and were just expecting an overpayment letter, which never came, but the letter for the benefit fraud interview did. This is even more complicated by the fact that my partners new job is working for the council and for the benefits agency so he is suspended at work while the investigation is on going. We genuinely didn't think we were doing anything wrong, we have saved up all the money in rent and council tax that they have paid, as we were just expecting an overpayment letter which we would have paid in full, but now if this goes further my partner will be out of a job and it will be harder for him to get another one. But I need to stress that we informed them of the changes and considering that our housing benefit was given to us as long as we were signing on and we signed of in November they should know his and we told them that we started work as soon as we did and they made the mistake, will this count for anything? Any comments or advice is welcomed?
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