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  1. Thank you dcahater76 for your information i have requested through the SAr for the information. The matter was escalated to Milton Keynes which i believe is a major dip centre . They just started taking the money off us through our benefits without any paperwork it was only after having no success with phone calls we put it into writing then after long wait and chasing 4 months they write for our permission to investigate it, they responded to say they had signed documents from us to say about them they did say they had written with enclosed proof but no such lette
  2. Sorry I should of added my wife is severely disabled and I gave up work to be her carer such we are reliant on benefits as I said in my initial post I was declared bankrupt in 1998 I did call them and advise but cannot remember if I sent them the details of it it’s 25 years ago and there is no information that I have kept I did go online and have found what was put into the London gazette I am also informed that even if it wasn’t included as any debt accrued would be written off I am also certain that the official receiver would have been in contact wi
  3. They just started deducting money I had it investigated and though I haven’t received a letter they say they have the documentary proof
  4. I am looking for some advice . In August of last year my wife received letter from dwp saying that they were going to deduct monies for a social fund loan . At that time we had no idea what it was about we called them and got no joy with comments such as you have got to pay it simples as that. We still had no joy we wrote and waited 3 months for a response as stated at that point we had no idea what was going on. In a phone call after escalation it was said that it related to 4 crises loans that we had in 1994-1995 some 25 years ago. during this period we had not
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