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Hello Jo, Sorry I was having trouble understanding how to use this site.
I am hoping for my name to be cleared of fraud, as I never did fraudulently claim, as is shown by my medical evidence, and lack of their evidence to the contrary.
I am hoping for the overpayment to be written off, as it never was an overpayment.
I want them to read the full medical evidence which they never did, because they say I missed the deadline for a mandatory reconsideration. The DWP said they would only reconsider my appeal if I gave good reasons for not appealing on time. I think I did, but they wouldn't accept it.. But they already knew I had asked or contact to be via email or phone - and they still kept writing.
No. They were stopped last year when the investigation started.
This claim for overpayments is backdated to the date I returned to work. I was receiving DLA in addition to wages, as the DLA isn't affected by work. There isn't a dispute there - but the decision maker said that said ' on the balance of probabilities' I wasn't that disabled to be able to return to a stressful job ( it isn't stressful, it was extremely adaptable to my needs, and I went to work on crutches)
If they read my full medical reports they would see how I managed to work - but they wont consider it, as I missed their deadline. I did this because I was suicidal, and couldn't face their brown envelopes, but they wont consider at all.
I suppose even if I failed to clear my name, the only and main priority for me is for them to just read my DR'S, psychologists and other health workers evidence.
Not at all - but I don't understand why I would be? But I cant even face their letters at all really, so I guess I cant face much of a fight.
I just want them to read my evidence really. It seems very wrong to have to repay a debt to them, that I honestly believe I was entitled to
Thankyou very much for your direct reply. It s helped me decide what to do. Im pretty sure I would 'win' but it would be a long battle and I know Im up to it, so thanks for your honesty
Gosh Im meant Im NOT up to it! I cant even face the brown envelopes let alone a courtroom. Thankyou, though for making it clear to me. I will simply request that they do reconsider