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ollieandduke
ollieandduke Member Posts: 165 Courageous
ive been on pip for 4 yrs no standard daily living and enhanced mobilty.
i recently had my pip reassessment letter, and have sent all medical documents and form back before the date 20th january.
my pip has always been £479 per month and is due tomorrow.
ive checked my bank this morning for upcoming payments,  and pip has paid £595 into my bank instead of £479.
Does anyone have a clue why. Deep down inside im wondering have they made a desicion and changed my payment or if its a mistake or wether its a final payment and im no longer entitled to pip what do i do any suggestions

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  • Tommyb92
    Tommyb92 Member Posts: 73 Courageous
    Hi Therre @ollieandduke, I am one of the community champions, sounds like they have looked into your claim and reassessed you, I would suggest giving the team at DWP a call and they will be able to advise you on why you have received that amount - hope this helps! Tom

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  • ollieandduke
    ollieandduke Member Posts: 165 Courageous
    ive just rang them thommyb92
    Ive been reassessed and been given enhanced daily living and enhanced mobility.
    they have given it me from 20th December.
    i was expecting to go for a reassessment so i am really pleased.
    apparently its on going 
  • wilko
    wilko Member Posts: 2,431 Disability Gamechanger
    Well done, great news never worry about ringing DWP they are very helpful. 
  • ollieandduke
    ollieandduke Member Posts: 165 Courageous
    its nervewracking though isnt it lol ive just received the letter and its correct xx

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