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  1. This topic was closed on 2019-03-08. If you have a problem which is similar to the issues raised in this topic, then please start a new thread and you will get help and support there. If you would like to post up some information which is relevant to this particular topic then please flag the issue up to the site team and the thread will be reopened. - Consumer Action Group
  2. This topic was closed on 03/06/19. If you have a problem which is similar to the issues raised in this topic, then please start a new thread and you will get help and support there. If you would like to post up some information which is relevant to this particular topic then please flag the issue up to the site team and the thread will be reopened. - Consumer Action Group
  3. Update I have received a caution regarding the above but only for the time I never declared the temp work my wife did which is roughly 5 or 6 months. Now can I appeal the rest of it as its there word against mine really don't want to talk to the solicitor as I may get the advice from members here or do I just it go now
  4. Just an update on this it's been weeks now since my interview and I haven't heard a thing they told me a couple of weeks. Now do I ring up and find out what's happening or do I leave it,I'm worried in case they sent a court summons and it's gone missing having visions of seeing my name in the paper
  5. This is what I mean,my solicitor said to me the other day that I should have appealed it and said I still can appeal it even tho the 28 days are over he said I have upto 13 months to appeal.I hold my hand up and admit I should have told them about the temp work and I wouldn't be in this mess,I'm struggling to find work now and if I get a conviction then that will make in even harder to find work. I just don't no what to do for the best,do I just leave it or do I start the ball rolling or do I wait to find out the outcome of today then if they want to prosecute me for the full lot then put
  6. Well I informed them in September they say they never received it,as my soliceter said they have to prove I never sent it
  7. If I appeal and win then it effects the outcome altogether as they can only do me for the previous
  8. Been to my interview they showed me lists of wages from my wife's 2 nd job that was temp,I admited to been naive in not informing them about the temp work,they tried to get me on the rest but I told them I sent the letter.Also told them if I was committing benefit fraud I wouldn't have sent the pay slips in when they asked for them It now goes back to the boss where they will decide what action will be taken and decide if they prosecute me from the start right through or just up until September. The next thing I need to decide is do I appeal the overpayment from September now or do I
  9. They did send her employer a form to fill in but they told me there not filling it in as they don't have to only form she will fill in is ones from inland
  10. It was an appeal over an over payment Id gone through all the appeal stages and this was the final stage ,but I had to attend the magistrate court it wasn't a proper court room was just me the benefits and a judge.I have never been prosecuted for anything,that was one of the things my solicitor asked me today to see if I had any convictions for theft,handling stolen goods ect
  11. It went to an appeal judge which was in the magistrates court
  12. Been to see the solicitor basically if I want them to attend going to cost me £300,hes advised me to attend the interview and don't admit to the 6 months previous unless they have evidence of it,they said its up to the benefits to prove they never received my letter.They seem to think they've been in touch with inland and seen the wife's worked before I informed them,so if they want to do me then they can only do me for the work before September unless they can prove they never received my letter. What should go in my favor in the previous case that went to court when yet again they claim
  13. told them the date she started permament
  14. The letter says about not promptly informing them about the wife's 2nd job,like you say guess I just sit and wait to see what they say tomorrow
  15. It's the council benefits department that have called me in,it's an over payment for housing and council tax benefits with this happening we have had to let a few council tax bills go to court so they can set up a repayment plan for us.Weve just been hit with another £200 overpayment of council tax bill as well which where not sure what to do with that one. I am not sure who where paying back,I just no each week so much is taken from our payments to repay the money back
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