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Mislead by CHDAUK

james19o6 Member Posts: 81 Connected
Good afternoon,

I have been mislead by Chdauk. I havent received my UC50 form so the worker on the email from Chdauk said that I can fill it in by email and send it by the 20th september. However I have send it on the 15th september. And today just to update I have email them and they said that my referral has been automatically closed. Anyway I have now called the dwp and my case manager is looking on this. However I am so frustrated and my anxiety level is increasing to the top. I have all email proofs and want to report CHDAUK can someone tell me my rights or forward me because I cant leave them like this as they were too rude on the phone too



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