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PIP UPDATE ( FRIEND).
I recently posted a message on here over a week ago and just wanted to clarify it once again.
So a friends claim was to run out the start of March 2021 but after calling PIP up as they got informed they should receive the award review form around September latest start of October, but have now says on the phone that he will not get a award review letter till June / July. some people on here couldn’t believe it. but it’s a fact ! as the adviser even said I will send you out a letter but just wait till June / July till you get your letter as it’s been extended, I couldn’t believe it so called up myself just to make random enquiries and they said it’s true some claims won’t get a award review till May June ect ect ..... I also couldn’t believe it as it didn’t seem right , but it’s true. not saying that it will happen to everyone if there claim is rubbing out in March 2021, but she also stated before the conversation ended it all depends on the customers needs / vulnerabilities ect ect ..,. She said not all claimants will get it. I no i didn’t ! but yes rant over.
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