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hi hope someone can help


i had my pip renewel last tuesday/


i had one 2 years ago

lost my mobility but kept standard care element


my astmah and artitis was really bad

the male receptionist pushed me in on a swivel chair/


the assesor said i could leave and have another appointment if i wanted

i said no as i couldnt bear the throught of going back again/

my son was with me,


i was in pain with my legs and im sure you could hear my chest weezing


/she was very nice and kept asking if i was ok /


i am concerned i might get zero points and lose my pip


i didnt go for appeal as i couldnt stand the stress of having to explain all over again


/i also suffer from anixity/


will the dm look at the assesment i had 2 years ago as it was a different situation and i am a lot worst now/


sorry for long post


my assesment was with capita not atos

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hi a friend of mine is thinking of applying for aa she downloaded the forms and read them it mentions a medical assesment is this the same as pip i always throught it was a paper based claim like the old DLA she is 69 and dont think she could cope with a medical is it worth her applying?she is too old for pip

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Don't know if this will help but when my mum applied for Attendance Allowance it was all paper based. She didn't have to attend a medical but maybe the DWP wrote to her GP instead. It was the same for my mother in law but they are both in their eighties. I think it might partly depend on your age whether you have to be medically assessed and also your medical condition. Give as much information as you can on the form

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DLA was also assessment based for some and some on PIP have been paper based. There is no hard and fast rule.


It all depends on the medical condition/disability and what evidence is provided to the DWP on whether a face to face assessment or paper based assessment is conducted.

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anybody know what this is/ i was supossed to receive £146 pounds yesterday but only recieved £98


my statement said dwpgbfp funding/


my last payment 2 weeks ago said automatic credit


what is happening


i phoned them twice today no one got back to me


i have direct debits and lodge to pay/anyone know anything?




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Its a faster payment and esa use jsa's computer system but its still an esa payment.


Its because your normal bacs payment wasn't paid for some reason


so they've paid it manually because you were due or overdue.

please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

DCA's view debtors as suckers, marks and mugs

NO DCA has ANY legal powers whatsoever on ANY debt no matter what it's Type

and they

are NOT and can NEVER  be BAILIFFS. even if a debt has been to court..

If everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's Tomorrow, their industry would collapse overnight... 

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