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  1. Hi Please complete so we can start your tax rebate claim Name Full Address and postcode Date you moved into your address Date of birth Clear copies of your 2017/18 and 2018/19 P60 Mobile number National Insurance Number Have you been self employed before Y/N If yes Do you have unique tax reference number ? Do you have a government gateway account ? if Yes What is the gateway number and password
  2. 15 . 19th March 2020 16. 16th May 2020 17. 16th May 2020
  3. The whole amount claimed was £12000 I received £4000 in my bank from FTR. 1. They rang me. i think my number was passed on to them 2.Claire, I was never given a surname 3.Check if eligible for tax rebate 4. P60-Email 5.Yes. I gave NI number and they obtained UTR 6.No 7.No 8.No 9.No 10.No 11.No 12.No 13.No 14.No
  4. That's a really good idea!! I'm going to encourage more people to join the group too
  5. I know my local MP is aware of it from other victims. I have composed an email which I am sending today. Maybe if we had more idea of the actual amount of money which FTR has taken overall they may realise the extent of it.
  6. There's 9 other people that I know about. It's a lot of money between us all. I believe they gave you a referral fee for each person you referred. I am not entirely sure though because I didnt refer anyone.
  7. I've told absolutely everything. Gave the details of FTR. Explained exactly what happened and the amount of money involved. 3 of us have received the same letter today by the looks of it
  8. I have received the attached letter timer_28d (2) updated1.pdf
  9. Thank you I will send this now and keep you updated. Thank you for your help
  10. Sent HMRC SAR on 23th July. ( this was sent previously at the start of July but was incorrect) I've never received a letter rejecting an initial appeal. I sent an email to my caseworker wishing to dispute the amounts last week. The letter which is attached is what I received yesterday.
  11. I am trying to copy and paste but it won't let me Hi, Just an update. I have received a letter from my case worker outlining her view of the matter. The EIS claims made are invalid and because I have not disputed their decision to remove them I am liable to pay all tax paid to FTR. It says I made a contractual arrangement with the agent who provided my personal information and it is not for the HMRC to judge the reasonableness of my decision to engage with an agent. They empathise with anyone who have been misled about tax affairs but the responsibly lies with me. Is there a way to post the letter or send it to somebody for advise on my next step? The next options are ask for an independent review. Appeal to the tax tribunal or withdraw my appeal
  12. Hi, Just an update. I have received a letter from my case worker outlining her view of the matter. The EIS claims made are invalid and because I have not disputed their decision to remove them I am liable to pay all tax paid to FTR. It says I made a contractual arrangement with the agent who provided my personal information and it is not for the HMRC to judge the reasonableness of my decision to engage with an agent. They empathise with anyone who have been misled about tax affairs but the responsibly lies with me. Is there a way to post the letter or send it to somebody for advise on my next step? The next options are ask for an independent review. Appeal to the tax tribunal or withdraw my appeal
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