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Thread: End of 'regular' PIP assessments for pensioners.

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    Thanks nukecad. I shall fill out the forms they are sending and return them signed for. They may want more info so hopeing it will be over the phone that being the case. Thanks.

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    Free 'Proof of Posting' is as good as signed for when sending things to the DWP.

    They DWP mail handling centres don't have time to sign for individual letters.
    If not signed for then the Post Office should return it to the sender, which would be no use to anybody so the Post Office lets it slide and the DWP sign for a truckful at once.
    (And there's nothing to prove your particular letter is actually on that truck).

    It's up to you of course, but I've always saved my money and got free proof of posting from the PO counter.
    I don't know everything. - But I'm good at searching for, and finding, stuff.

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