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Maximus requesting information from DWP
Hi everyonePlease can you help. .I sent my esa50 and evidence back and it was received on 3rd January at Maximus (this is for reassessment). I rang again today as I had not heard. The man who took my call told me they had been waiting for information from the DWP which they had now received on the 13th of February and that they were making a decision as to whether to call me in for a F2F or not. My question is: what information could they be wanting from the dwp? I thought that the process was that Maximus made their decision and then told the DWP that decision - but he said they had been waiting to hear from the DWP for more information. Anyone got any idea what information this could be? I thought Maximus had all they needed to make a decision? (I have been in support group for 5 years and before that on IB). Please can you throw any light on this? Many thanks!
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