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Paid and recieved update before award letter

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hhad1
hhad1 Community member Posts: 21 Connected
Hello 

I applied for pip back in January, I got my assessment letter in April and my assessment last week of April, I then saw 1 week after my assessment backdated pip was put into my bank account which is great but I didn't receive a letter, so I've waited for the letter as I've read sometimes it comes after payment but today I recieved a letter in regards to changes to pip which is about the payment increase that took place April 11th 2022 when I hadn't even had my assessment yet so I now know the rates I've been awarded due to this letter which is again, great but I've still not recieved the actual awards letter and I'm just wondering will this just show up much later or should I call as I don't know when I will be paid or how long the award will last. 

Thanks in advance 

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