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sam12
sam12 Posts: 1,338 Connected
I thort idea u know the asseors are bad to us and they lie I was thinkin saying no comment no comment no comment to there questions next time. 

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  • wilko
    wilko Member Posts: 2,449 Disability Gamechanger
    @sam12, no comment, what would happen is just that, nothing would happen your assessment would not continue and the assessor would inform you that they are terminating your assessment with a  comment like. The claimant refused to participate, answers questions with a no comment response so I have had to stop and cancel the assessment. You will, may get the chance for another assessment or you may have to start the whole process again.
  • sam12
    sam12 Posts: 1,338 Connected
    Just thort of idea that was all to save getting upset of there lies 
  • Adrian_Scope
    Adrian_Scope Posts: 8,572

    Scope community team

    Hi @sam12, I do understand why you would consider this, but sadly it wouldn't work very well because as @wilko said, they would likely just not do the assessment and you'd fail, because they need to know how your conditions affect you. 
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  • sam12
    sam12 Posts: 1,338 Connected
    I don't know what why I thort of it because my assessment I had was so verbally bad experience I think this why I as no comment because I am afraid of next one in the future at least I know ot to say it I just thort if I said it I wouldn't be tortured again very bad what they said should be taken serious. Least I be going my tribunal November time still be no money for Christmas again lousy 

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