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TOPIC: ESA claim

ESA claim 2 years 5 months ago #152650

Sorry, I will try to do it properly, I m not good with computers :S Thank you for your replies, it s such a relief to have such easy and quick access to some info :)
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ESA claim 2 years 5 months ago #152653

Sorry! Think the penny has dropped now. I just need to keep replying rather than starting a new topic with each new question. Thank you for your reply :)
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ESA claim 2 years 5 months ago #152655

Cruella wrote: Sorry! Think the penny has dropped now. I just need to keep replying rather than starting a new topic with each new question. Thank you for your reply :)


Hi C,

Yes, that's right !! :)

Then if you have queries regarding PIP or another benefit that we deal with, you can start a new topic with your PIP queries !!!

bro58

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ESA claim 2 years 5 months ago #152658

What s the difference between quick reply, reply and reply topic though please. Which do you prefer me to use

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ESA claim 2 years 5 months ago #152660

Cruella wrote: What s the difference between quick reply, reply and reply topic though please. Which do you prefer me to use


Hi C,

The "Reply Topic" button is fine !!

If you wanted to quote a post just made by a Mod or another member in your topic, you simply hit the "Quote" button below the post in question as I have here, then write your post below the quote.

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ESA claim 2 years 5 months ago #152734

Would it be ridiculous and pointless if I put in a new Contribution Based ESA claim even thou I now do not meet both the qualifying conditions. I did meet them a while ago but at that time I was ill advised by the DWP benefits advice line that i was not eligible so I did not claim. I just want to know if it is worth putting in a claim now with an explanatory note explaining this. Please can you give me your thoughts.

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