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PIP Payment

SmithAdam198508
SmithAdam198508 Member Posts: 3 Listener
Hi, I recently won my PIP case at a tribunal. I recieved a letter from the DWP, asking for bank details etc. Whwn will i recieve payments? Thanks Adam

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  • wilko
    wilko Member Posts: 2,447 Disability Gamechanger
    Welcome, you should receive your bank transfer payments within 14 days aprox, once your details have been logged into the payment system . It’s just a mater of checking your account balance if on line banking it is easy to check daily other wise use a ATM weekly but give time for the process to come into action.
  • Colino
    Colino Member Posts: 19 Listener
    I had my PiP appeal  on the 14th Jan this year,
     Today PiP phoned me  (28th) and said they wanted to ask a few questions so they can get my back pay and payments started,
    it was basic questions , what date was my appeal and where it was held , then asked if I had been abroad for more than month since my back date date , and do I still have the have the same bank account.
    after that the lady said i will get a my letter within 5 to 7 days and I am in the payment system , at last nearly 1 year  and  its over , can breath again 
  • Lee123
    Lee123 Member Posts: 85 Connected
    Hello 
    Could you tell me how long after that call did backdated money go into your account 
    Just that I'm waiting on mines 
    Thank you 
  • affii1993
    affii1993 Member Posts: 103 Courageous
    @Lee123 hey lee I had my tribunal on 3 rd jan called me on 24th jan and got one year off back dated on the 30th!!
  • Lee123
    Lee123 Member Posts: 85 Connected
    That's great news pretty fast then.they called me yesterday never stated when money sud be in account so by what you are saying not long to wait 
  • affii1993
    affii1993 Member Posts: 103 Courageous
    @Lee123 not long now, I know what you mean the waiting is a killer but it’s defo u will hey back everything so don’t worry 

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