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hi just looking for a bit of advice i had my tribunal on the 21st january and got my decision there and then (i won my appeal) back on high rate mobility as they reduced it to the lower back in april 2018...... ive only just recieved written confirmation from the courts last week so rang pip and they recieved the decision then also which made it 3 days short of 4 weeks when i rang the guy told me i should have back money within 3 weeks if all the i's are dotted and t's are crossed but then im reading on here between 5/8 weeks? i havent recieved any letters from pip about any of it so does this mean ive still a long wait???
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