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TOPIC: A sigh of relief.

A sigh of relief. 1 year 8 months ago #186586

Many thanks for all your help. Today I received my winning appeal. Heard in my absence, and upheld. It appears I still have not passed schedule 3 descriptors, but still won. Albeit confusing as ever, I got what I felt I deserved.
I need help to add a copy of my reply please. Some will no doubt find interesting.
Many thanks.

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A sigh of relief. 1 year 8 months ago #186612

Ginny wrote: Many thanks for all your help. Today I received my winning appeal. Heard in my absence, and upheld. It appears I still have not passed schedule 3 descriptors, but still won. Albeit confusing as ever, I got what I felt I deserved.
I need help to add a copy of my reply please. Some will no doubt find interesting.
Many thanks.


Well done, especially with a Paper hearing. Congratulations.

I'm not entirely sure what you are trying to do by "adding a copy of my reply"? We can't host documents on the forum, although you can provide a link to a document that you are hosting or your can copy/paste into a new post.

Whatever yo do make sure that any personal data such as your name, NIN or any reference numbers are obscured or deleted.

Gordon

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