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not an issue as such as sister in law is willing to repay, i would just ask is it worth asking for evidence that shes been overpaid as she just has a stock letter saying "you owe £xx.xx due to overtime being paid twice

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Hi, yes you should ask for evidence to support the overpayment if your sister-in-law disputes the claim - does she have a payslip/bank statment which would show the overpayment?

 

Bear in mind that she has already paid tax & NI on the money - please see my thread which has some advice about the supporting documentation that you should request from your employer. I'm no expert, just a fellow sufferer & I'm sure the experts in the forum will advise you appropriately.

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/employment-problems/200761-help-ive-been-overpaid.html

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