Remaining politically neutral during General Election 2024


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Hi, my name is peck! I was over paid and they want the payment back.

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peck Community member Posts: 1 Listener
I applied for uc in September 2022 as I am no longer able to work and have been awarded lcwra around New year.  When esa were working out my entitlement they said they had deducted extra money paid to me and paid the difference.  Now uc have contacted me said I was over paid and want the payment back.  It is alot of money approx 350pounds.  I am a single mum to a 4 year old and I am also almost 7 months pregnant with no income from my employment as I have not been able to work since July 2020 so no longer entitled to ssp.  I am applying for pip at the minute.  Are there any other benefits that I may be entitled to? When will I apply for maternity allowance/pay?  Will that again affect my uc payments.  Does anyone have an idea how much I should be entitled to on benefits calculator it says over 900 a month but I have not received anywhere near that and now they are looking money off me.

Thanks for all help

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