I have been at the same address for over 13 years, which is shared accommodation run by a private landlord. There is a rented bedsit each for the tenants, and the landlord lives at the same address, in his own room. The tenants are not related to each other, but they move in and out on a regular basis as the years go by, and I have known about two dozen people doing this. The kitchen and bathroom are shared by all.
The problem I've got now is that I have neglected to tell the DWP about the people moving in and out, and their incomes. I don't know anything about their incomes, nor did I want to ask. I was told a long time ago that I didn't need to relay such information, but otherwise I would've been filling out Change of Circumstance forms on a regular basis.
Am I in trouble? Or am I misinterpreting the Change of Circumstance clauses known as:
changes to the benefits you or anyone else in your house gets
people moving into or out of your house (for example your partner, a child or lodger)
Would I really have to repay any excess amounts? Why does it matter what incomes and number of people there is?
Couldn't see option to remove payment method only allows change of card details so ac closed to be sure. A message appears after the action which says you can still use your login details to access your free ac, which isn't a full report.
I'll clarify with them tomorrow and report back.
Don't touch them owe me £500 since January 2019 make excuse after excuse. Seem they always have software problems sending money out. Keep saying they will call back or email nothing been chasing it now for 6 mths the phone staff always have the same banter we will chase it up and get back to you then nothing!