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  1. I know I’m an idiot, I only did as just wanted to see if it was in the process as hadn’t heard anything about it, everyone keeps telling me the same just leave them to it and wait until they contact me. It’s my own fault just feel like it’s hanging over me and the worry driving me mad.
  2. So after a long wait I called tax credits again today to ask if any progress with the mandatory reconsideration to be told that they passed it back to the original compliance team as it wasn’t submitted when it should have been?? Said that the original officer has upheld their decision and I will get a letter stating that. Was told that I can put in another mandatory reconsideration when I receive that letter again. Seem to be dragging it out. I did receive new award notices - the first one from April 2018-2019 telling me it was my final award notice - no ment
  3. Thank you so much for that, it helps a lot. i know I just need to calm down but I’m even second guessing myself now it’s horrible. I won’t call them again as they will prob think I am crazy it’s just hard not to think the worst and I suffer with anxiety anyway so doesn’t help not knowing what they are thinking or doing. Will await to see what they come back with the mandatory reconsideration and then take it from there. Least then I will have an idea what they say I owe as I haven’t received anything yet regarding that. Hoping they don’t start looking at previous years
  4. Thank you for your help. I do understand and I can see how it looks to tax credits however they aren’t telling me exactly what evidence they have. When I called them last week (haven’t spoke to the compliance team since) he said there is strong evidence but didn’t say what and then asked me what doctors he uses? I said I have no idea as I don’t. do you think I should contact them again and explain everything again and also about the universal credit claim and what they advised? Just feel I’m gonna be in the wrong no matter what I do now as it’s either do a joint claim but he ain’t
  5. Thank you for that it’s just a case of waiting to see what they come back with now. I’m just terrified that I’ll get a letter come through saying they are going to prosecute as genuinely don’t know how I can prove he hasn’t lived here and if they go back to previous years also I have no idea what to do. Just so worried and don’t know what to do it’s affecting me so much I can’t eat or sleep. It’s just one huge mess and I don’t know how to stop it.
  6. I had my universal credit interview thing today and explained all what had happened with tax credits so that’s why doing this as a joint claim now. She told me she thought that I should be doing a single claim as I am not living with my ex. I explained how I told the tax credits this etc but as I can’t prove he doesn’t live with me (how can I do that unless he gives me something with another address on but as he has used my address, including with his work payroll details - he lived with his mom at an address up until 2ish years ago however his
  7. Thank you, I will try to calm down and stop panicking. I have a meeting tomorrow for the universal credit application and he does aswell. Think they are going to be awkward though as they have said they want proof of the rent he pays at my address but obviously he doesn’t as I always have and he will only be just moving back in. Hopefully if I explain this they will accept it but who knows. I was going to write another letter to tax credits - they are currently processing the mandatory reconsideration I’ve put in but I can’t log in online now as it states I can’t deal with my tax c
  8. Thank you both - think Googling too much and panicking. I can’t help it. J ust you see cases of people being prosecuted for fraud etc and that’s what I think they think about me and my claim. Also I think as the decision letter I received didn’t really say much just that we are stopping your claim from last year, you will receive a new award and possibly a penalty so I jump to the worst thing. The new joint claim I have put it had to be for universal credit as no new claims can be done for tax credits so I’m assuming if they want all last years money back (whi
  9. I sent all the information and had a reply from them this weekend which stated that they are stopping my claim from April 2018 due to the financial evidence they have that my ex used this address and they believe that for tax credits purposes we are a married couple. It states I will receive a new award and possibly a penalty- said they will write to me if I am going to get one.I called them straight away and said I don’t understand I have been here alone with my children- I explained previously that he uses this address as letters come here for him etc but the guy on the phone sai
  10. Thank you for your help I spoke to them this morning and they said the same (I had to contact them as didn’t have some of the documents they wanted from the dates asked if could send alternatives) they were ok with that. Just a quick question I forgot to ask some of my documents are in Mrs and some are in Miss - will this be a problem?
  11. Thank you just stressing so much, I did try to call yesterday the number on the letter eventually got through after 20 min wait then was put on hold then the call disconnected so frustrating, the office closed at 5 so now I’m assuming I won’t be able to call until Tuesday. It it says I can provide the evidence online etc but when I looked online it just asks do I know him and who is he - it lists things like son, father etc or other. I can select other and write ex but then it doesn’t give you anywhere else to explain just upload evidence so am I right in thinking before I do that
  12. Today I received a letter from HMRC saying that they need more information about my tax credits claim and that they have some information that links ex to my address. It goes on :today we want to make sure we are calculating your award based on correct information. I currently have a single claim as I am- the person named is my ex and father to my children.He does not live here and for the past 5/6 years has lived between his mothers, sister and brothers. We married in 2012 but he moved out when I was pregnant- I have had children with him since(I understand this looks do
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