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Hi All, I will keep it short, i joined an agency who then offered me tempory work which i accepted, but then i found out it was only for a few days which is not what they told me, so i decided not to turn up for the start of this work and when i went to sign on, the benefits people told me that this agency had rang them with my details to tell them that i had refused to work. I explained to the benefits people what happend and they let me sign on, my question is, have they employment agency broken the data protection act by disclosing my information?

I hope someone can answer this as i would love to report them after they lied to me then tried to get my benefit stopped.

Cheers.

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This is simply my opinion, I think you would have trouble trying to get anywhere with this, they reported (shopped) you to the benefits agency as in their opinion you were refusing paid work.

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