Unfortunately you still have not answered some relevant questions. 1} What date was on the NIP? 2) What date did you respond?
The reason for asking is that in addition to the time of 6 months for laying information, there are requirements for naming the driver within the time stated on the NIP/Driver identification request. If these are not met severe penalties can result.
NB whilst composing a reply, Man in the middle has posted, covering the same aspects (in a very well structured way I would add) so will leave it as an 'also' post.
Hi Andy, not sure if I did to be perfectly honest, should I put in a line somewhere that Ive received incorrect cca or just leave that ?
my cca request direct to original lender also has not been aknowledged to date
All you have is an idea of how long the process takes from end to end. I'm making the assumption that you have named your wife as the driver in response to the request for driver's details. She would then get her own Notice and request to confirm she was driving. She must return that before she gets an offer of a course (if she is eligible). If either of your responses is lost in the post or not actioned the next thing you will receive is a notice of court action for "failing to provide driver's details". This is a more serious offence which means a court appearance, and on conviction will result in six points, a hefty fine and an endorsement code which will see your insurance premium soar.
That is why, if you want to be sure you are on track, it would be best if you told us the dates of any documents you received, what they were, what you did with them and when you did it.
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!