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TOPIC: ESA POID1 form

ESA POID1 form 4 months 3 weeks ago #207465

I received the paperwork for my ESA tribune and noticed that they have lost my POID1 form. Is this a problem or not. I understand that this form is proof of identity but don't understand what information it contains.

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ESA POID1 form 4 months 3 weeks ago #207481

Don wrote: I received the paperwork for my ESA tribune and noticed that they have lost my POID1 form. Is this a problem or not. I understand that this form is proof of identity but don't understand what information it contains.


I can't see why it would be an issue.

Gordon

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ESA POID1 form 4 months 3 weeks ago #207483

Thanks for that I just didn’t understand what info it contained

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ESA POID1 form 4 months 3 weeks ago #207490

Don wrote: Thanks for that I just didn’t understand what info it contained


It's completed by the reception staff if you attend at the Assessment Providers offices or the assessor for a home assessment and basically lists the documents that were provided to validate that you were actually the claimant.

Gordon

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ESA POID1 form 4 months 3 weeks ago #207491

Don wrote: Thanks for that I just didn’t understand what info it contained


It's completed by the reception staff if you attend at the Assessment Providers offices or the assessor for a home assessment and basically lists the documents that were provided to validate that you were actually the claimant.

Gordon

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ESA POID1 form 4 months 3 weeks ago #207494

Thanks very much for that

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