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PIP missed call... maybe?

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nsaeon
nsaeon Community member Posts: 12 Connected
edited May 2023 in PIP, DLA, and AA
Hi,
I applied for PIP in late March and returned the form to the DWP. I called to confirm that they had received it; they had, and told me that it had been passed on to an assessor.

Since then, I've been waiting for the dreaded letter telling me I have to go to a F2F assessment. So far, nothing. However, I'm also aware that the assessor can sometimes call out of the blue if they want to clarify some details in the case I'm lucky enough to have a paper-based assessment.

I received a call today from a mobile number I don't recognize, but I was asleep at the time and missed it, and they didn't leave any message.

My question is: if I am getting a paper-based assessment and Atos/Capita do call me to clarify some things, would they call on a mobile number or would it be from their landline?

Thank you in advance.
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