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DWP saying that I didnt attend assessment when I did
I am getting PIP standard and mobility standard and i was on ESA support group now my esa assessment was on 26 november 2018 and i attend that assessment in wolverhapton yesterday i received a letter again that they had rescheduled my assessment on 14th December 2018 i rang appointment help desk and i asked why i need to attend again they said i didnt attend the assessment i said i did because my friend took me there then i asked the phone number from Wolverhampton assessment and i spoke there then they said the same then the gentleman i was talking he said he will call me back then he called me back and said yes you attend the assessment but they have lost the data on there computer so i have to attend that assessment again so please guide me what to do they are just lying and they cant put there own fault on me and they cant harass me for there own mistakes your advice will be appreciated
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