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Does the assessor record the assessment
Hi, i am trying to fight my case. I received my report and it was like reading a report from someone else who had been to the assessment. In total there were 12 lies in the report which last week i receive the official letter to say i received no points.
The lies included that i did tests, when in reality i explained i could not do. The report also said that i did tests that i was not even asked to do.
I have read an article that said PIP were introducing video recordings and sound recordings, so the assessor records the assessment. I am trying to find out if this is correct, because if it is then this recording will show all the lies from the report.
Can anyone please let me know if they have any information on this, as if it is true that they have recorded me in the assessment then i want to know how i can get the recording for my appeal to show the assessor lied more than ten times on the report.
Also, can anyone tell me if they have reported their assessor for lying, and what happened, and is the assessment report classes as a legal official document and if so can the assessor be reported to the police.
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