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Hi, I'm Lea and I have reviewed your query.
Is the share actually 50/50 or does one of you have the child more than the other?
Is there a court order for this arrangement?
Please bear in mind this is an email service and not a live chat so responses may not be instantaneous. I am not available for calls, but in all cases it is very likely you can be helped online.
If you have him for more time than she does, you might be able to claim child maintenance from her. See the CMS calculator here for further information and how to make a claim: https://www.gov.uk/calculate-child-maintenance
You may also be able to ask for the child benefit to be paid over to you instead of to her - you should discuss this with her, but if you can't agree then you could put in a claim and let the agency decide: https://www.gov.uk/child-benefit
You may also be entitled to some universal credit or other type of benefits - see here to find out: https://www.entitledto.co.uk/
Firstly, I have no control over the finances of the site.
Secondly, the site pop up to offer a call is automated and again I have no control over that. I am not, in any case, available to call you.
Thirdly, I have given you a full answer to your query above. So no, it's not a scam.
I have given you a full response already. You do not need a call. If you havr been charged, customer services will refund you.
In actual fact, the system is showing that your payment for a call failed - so you have not been charged.
All the best.
The finances of the site are a matter for the site - I am just one of the experts.
If you have signed up for a trial, that is what you will have.
It just occurred to me that you might believe that the phone call is part of your trial. It's not - the phone calls are an additional fee.
Your payment failed, so you have not been charged for a phone call.
I gave you a full answer online anyway - hopefully it was helpful.