E-mailing Tax Credits (sigh)

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  • #1685
    Anonymous
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    If the delay is likely to be more than 24-48 hours you invariably get an e-mail warning that there may be a delay.

    #1686
    sharonwarner
    Participant

    Typical!

    I e-mailed TC and they said that there is no one available to look at new requests!

    Shall have to wait until they appoint to get to use this but hurray for having the address anyway

    #1687
    Anonymous
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    I have found that replying to the discrepancy email tends to prompt a response (eventually after two or three replies) – i also put on if details match DWP records as well

    #1688
    marie1
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    I have had numerous battles with staff at Tax Credit centres, and to be honest I find the best and least stressful way to get the infomation is to just hang up and try again a few hours later, and nine times out of ten I get a more obliging person !

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