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DLA TO PIP 5 months 3 weeks ago #241521

Today I got my pip mandatory reconsideration letter, I’d like to thank everybody for their help. This site is a godsend. My original decision was standard for both, I was 2 points off of enhanced for both.
Today I got the letter saying they had changed their decision to enhanced for both what a relief.
The one thing I don’t understand is the payment I’ll be about £150 short next payment.
They say they can £467.81 on 19 dec 2019 this is money we owe you from 27th nov 2019 to 18th dec 2019 then we will pay your money every 4 weeks in arrears on a Thursday.
Perhaps it’s me does it sound right ?

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DLA TO PIP 5 months 3 weeks ago #241528

hawaii

Congratulations on getting the Decision revised, well done.

As to your payments, wait until your payments stabilise at the new rate then work out the number of days from the date of the Decision until the date of your first complete payment, then you can work out what you should have received versus what you have over that period.

Gordon

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DLA TO PIP 3 months 4 weeks ago #243450

Dear Hawaii

How long did you have to wait before gettng your Mandatory consideration letter.? I have just posted mine. Thank you in advance.

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DLA TO PIP 3 months 4 weeks ago #243463

Hi Barbara

You should hear within about 6 - 10 weeks

BIS

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