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sent renew pip forms back

ollieconure
ollieconure Member Posts: 53 Courageous
hi all I've sent my forms pip back by recorded delivery which was last week signed for , i was wondering do you normally get something to say they have received them or something 

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  • struggle2222
    struggle2222 Member Posts: 57 Connected
    hi all I've sent my forms pip back by recorded delivery which was last week signed for , i was wondering do you normally get something to say they have received them or something 
    It takes them about 3-5 days for the paperwork to make its way through their internal systems. I know this from experience. They get the letter, then they have to scan it etc etc  

  • KG100
    KG100 Member Posts: 178 Pioneering
    I sent mine back by recorded delivery as well, they sent me a text msg 4 days later confirming they got it.
    Also track your envelope on the free royal mail website.
    The name of the person who signs for it will come up. 
  • KG100
    KG100 Member Posts: 178 Pioneering
    The tracking number you use is on your recorded delivery receipt. 
  • struggle2222
    struggle2222 Member Posts: 57 Connected
    KG100 said:
    I sent mine back by recorded delivery as well, they sent me a text msg 4 days later confirming they got it.
    Also track your envelope on the free royal mail website.
    The name of the person who signs for it will come up. 
    Yeah I did. Took a screen shot of the signature and everything!
  • KG100
    KG100 Member Posts: 178 Pioneering
    Same here, also photo copied everything before sending it. 
  • struggle2222
    struggle2222 Member Posts: 57 Connected
    KG100 said:
    Same here, also photo copied everything before sending it. 
    Yeah they seem to lose stuff a lot!

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