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Wrong income and assessment by liverpool city council over e s a d w p benefits
a relative of mine has just transferred from contributory based e s a to income related e s a apparently starting this July he was assessed by city council last year as only needing to pay £12.45 p w care charges he has a supported tenancy and because of his mental health issues is supported round the clock by registered care firm paid by council on co tributary based benefit he was on £112.05 p w which now he has just transferred to income related has gone up to £188.05 hence care charges gone up to £81.50 p w but they have also sent me a bill backdated bill of £2,796 backdated to February 2016 which I cannot understand because he has only due to transfer to income related benefit from this July this is wrong there should not be any backdated bills of thousands can someone please explain regards roland collins
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