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    IB-ESA cockup review finished.

    The IB to ESA cockup review has now oficially finished. (There are less than 100 cases still in progress for deceased claimants).

    Here is the final report:...
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    I qualify 3x for free prescriptions at the moment...

    I qualify 3x for free prescriptions at the moment (maybe they should be paying me to take them?) :)

    Exemption for condition (Eplilepsy) even though I don't take meds for it anymore because they...
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    Prescription Charges for over 60's

    It shouldn't affect most here but they sneaked this one out quietly last week:

    "Consultation on aligning the upper age for NHS prescription exemptions with State Pension age"...
  4. My broadband at the new flat is £23 a month for...

    My broadband at the new flat is £23 a month for unlimited Fibre Plus broadband (up to 76Mbps/average 63 Mbps - I was getting 50/53Mbps last night when downloading Windows Updates on a laptop I'm...
  5. Thread: Time to leave.

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    Great, settled in, getting used to cooking on...

    Great,

    settled in, getting used to cooking on electric hobs (pre-heat then turn them off halfway through), broadband up and running, etc.

    Still got stuff to put away rather than in the one big...
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    Good to hear he has recovered. Are they still...

    Good to hear he has recovered.

    Are they still talking about a pacemaker?
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    I'm expecting to get one with my flu jab at the...

    I'm expecting to get one with my flu jab at the GP surgery, which is closer than the chemists by about 20 meters. :)
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    The way they are calling this a 'Booster' is a...

    The way they are calling this a 'Booster' is a bit concerning. But when have they been any good with words?

    That wording implies that your original vaccination wears off, so you will be getting a...
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    It will depend on the individual and how it's...

    It will depend on the individual and how it's been programmed.

    I have a very good Heart Rate monitor on my phone, gives an accurate reading and an accurate graph, (the graph shows the missing...
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    Here's a couple of scams you may not know about....

    Here's a couple of scams you may not know about.

    I think the best I had were the letters about my car insurance, two within a month one for a Merc and one for a BMW - I'm eppy so can't even have a...
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    Makes sense to have a van outside rather than...

    Makes sense to have a van outside rather than people going into the store, especially during covid.

    But this one was parked up in the square across the road and at least one person collected from...
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    Collect your groceries from this van.

    Sat in the pub and a van has just parked up over the road.

    Written on the side is "Click and collect - Collect your groceries from this van".

    It's got a sainsburys logo so Morrisons, Mc'Colls,...
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    Although satisfying that could be a mistake and...

    Although satisfying that could be a mistake and be the cause of even more calls.

    When these idiots are selling numbers to each other the have a scale of prices.

    Didn't connect.
    Rang but not...
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    The point is that someone has paid the PO to...

    The point is that someone has paid the PO to deliver this crap so they are contractually bound to deliver it.
    (TBH though they could charge standard rate rather than giving discounts for bulk...
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    TPS has always been fairly easily fooled, it's...

    TPS has always been fairly easily fooled, it's more of a "look we are doing something" rather than a real solution.

    But TBH whatever automatic filters you put in place crooks will always find ways...
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    Can you at least get him a mobile (and charger)...

    Can you at least get him a mobile (and charger) so that you can at least text/talk and maybe video call?

    I know our newly refurbed hospital has faraday cages built into the walls of ICU/CCU and...
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    I might just get another domaim/email (I can get...

    I might just get another domaim/email (I can get a myname@anythingiwant.uk free for a year) and only tell these companies one a month about it.

    That would track down just which, how many, is/are...
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    Since I moved and had to inform everyone and...

    Since I moved and had to inform everyone and their grandad of my change of address my email has been full of spammers trying to sell me something.

    I hardly used to get any spam email (one...
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    The last 4 digits of a card number aren't...

    The last 4 digits of a card number aren't actually that hard for a hacker to find, they will be recorded numerous places when you have used your card online.

    (But there is no need for the...
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    Query for DLFteam.

    It appears that during the recant forum rebranding users 'subscriptions' may have been lost?

    I had certain threads subscribed so that I could easily find them again, but I just went to look for...
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    If they delete it then they have no need to...

    If they delete it then they have no need to contact you, but might send out a generic message anyway to say they'te deleting it all.
    That might be just somewhere on their website rather than...
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    If you are connecting a smart TV to the internet...

    If you are connecting a smart TV to the internet then it's just the same as any computer and should have AntiVirus protection.

    (The same applies to anything that you can connect to the internet,...
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    Sorry I've deleted it and cleared the bin, so...

    Sorry I've deleted it and cleared the bin, so can't quote the rest.

    It was just about data sharing, and the supermarkets now becoming the Data Controller for anything that the gov shared with...
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    Stupid Government email.

    I just got an email from GOV.UK, from the 'Corona Virus Support Team', it starts like this:



    Err,
    I enquired about it at the start of the first lockdown in March 2020, because the NHS sent me...
  25. Thread: Time to leave.

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    Just to go back to the question of whether I...

    Just to go back to the question of whether I should apply for PIP or not. (Which has also been raised previously in other threads).

    Yesterday I had a phone call from the Housing Associations...
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