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TOPIC: Late mandtory reconsideration

Late mandtory reconsideration 1 month 2 days ago #197553

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em wrote: Thanks, but you misunderstand, i haven't asked for a mr, they are doing it without my consent.


You said

"Today I received a letter offering a late mandatory reconsideration"

If it is "offering" an MR then this implies you need to make a decision on whether you want one or not.

Gordon

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Late mandtory reconsideration 1 month 2 days ago #197556

Hi gordon - the exact words read: 'your letter has now been accepted as a late mandatory reconsideration request and a pip case manager will consider the points you have raised' but the thing is gordon, at the top of my complaint letter i put in big bold letters, 'this is not a request for a mandatory reconsideration' so can they just ignore this and do it anyway?? Thanks

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Late mandtory reconsideration 1 month 2 days ago #197559

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em

If you don't want the MR then contact the DWP by phone and tell them then follow up the call in writing.

Gordon
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