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ESA underpayment for my deceased brother
Hi I have received the form from DWP regarding underpayment. My brother passed away on 13/9/2014..I filled the form in as in his next of kin. The relevant dates were from 2012 /2014.. It asked about proof of his finances.. Craig was receiving benefits into a post office account which has now ceased to operate. Will I be expected to find the information? "" Also my brother told me not long before he died that he was being refused NHS glasses and dentist "for the past few years.. why would this be? He asked me to find out I rung tDWP with his consent they told me that he was having 1p.. Yes 1"pence to much to be eligible?? Is that possible has anyone else been in this situation?" is really appreciate some help /"feedback on this. ThanKyou xxx
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