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universal credit has closed my claim
I hooe i explain this right, please bare with me.
I claim esa contributions as im on the sick. My sickpay finishes this month.
I have had since last year uc account as when me and partner were together but split up, the account was never closed so when i went on half pay uc was paying a small payment to me each month. Once my esa claim got sorted i had to pay uc back .
Anyway tonight i have been stressing as ive not got any money from work as they had taken a overpayment and left me with nothing. Tonight i thought i would log on to uc as every month they have my earnings there and thought if it showed i didn't receive any earning then i might get something.
I log in to uc and there is a message saying closed date 27th Ocober
Your earnings was the same as your maximum amount your allowed to earn.
This means your universal credit is reduced to £0
Im so stressed could someone please help as i am so stressed. Will they make me do a new claim
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