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I'm currently getting JSA income based, with my gf named on the claim. In the past my gf has had a budgeting loan of around £900, and I've had a few crisis loans before we were together. Now, we've had a letter saying we owe them £1502 and, while I agree we owe them some, that figure seems a little high. Would we be entitled to a breakdown of dates and sums, (mainly of crisis loans, as the last crisis loan I remember having was way back in 2006,) and of payments made toward the total? If so, how would I go about getting it? Or would it best to send them a SAR, if its possible to do so to Dwp? I'm not trying to avoid paying them, as I agree I do owe some, its just I disagree with the total.

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Abosolutely, you have an entitlement to see any information they hold on you.

 

Send a letter to the Social Fund office the letter came from requesting a breakdown or the amounts, the dates and payments made.

 

It is always possible to SAR any company that holds information on you, government bodies are not exempt from this.


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