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I've submitted my pip mr
So to cut a long story short I just posted my MR letter this morning along with 2 letters of support one from my sister and the other from a close family friend. My phone assessment didn't go well at all the assessor sounded like she couldn't be bothered and poked and pried at my original ansers intill I gave her something she was satisfied with she then swiftly moved on to the next question, my decision notice was full of troublesome assumptions and false statements as a result I was awarded 0 points but tbh I realy did expect that given I filled the original paperwork in by myself and not to a very good standard I didnt make any copies and can't even remember what I said for the most part, I see alot of people on here have had a similar experience with the assessors my appointment was also 2 hours later than scheduled. However I feel like I took the time and realy tried to concentrate on my MR I fear some of it may have come across rude but when somebody who doesn't know you tries to tell you they believe you can do this and that when you know in reality how hard things are it gives you a kick up the **** to say it how it is, but anyway I'm new to this forum so wanted to say hi 👋
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