When I was homeless and unemployed, my ex told the CSA I was earning 35k

June 29, 2013

A few years ago I was homeless and unemployed, my EX partner told CSA I was earning 35,000 a year. So they assessed my claim and sent a letter to the address she gave them.

She then had all the kids taken off her and put into care, she has recently opened a new claim and wants all the arrears as well. I have argued that firstly I wasn’t working and then she also wasn’t caring for the kids. But they have responded that basically I can write to them, but they won’t look at old claims even though she lied and gave them false information.

They have told me I will have to pay £600 a month to them, my income is £1440 a month, my rent is £675 and council tax is £144. It costs me £80 a month to travel to work.

My EX partner and her new husband earn at least £70k a year, they have just bought a £300k house and have got a £40k camper van and a new car.

I now don’t have enough money to pay my rent, eat or travel to work.

What am I suppose to do 🙁

If I quit my job I have been told I won’t be able to claim JSA.

My kids will no longer receive any presents for their birthdays or christmas from me, even buying a card.

Oh and to top it all off, the other day my EX phoned me up and asked if I could help out financially towards the birthday party.

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3 Responses to “When I was homeless and unemployed, my ex told the CSA I was earning 35k”

  1. hornbeamfairy on June 29th, 2013 2:41 pm

    RT @CSAHell: When I was homeless and unemployed, my ex told the CSA I was earning 35k: A few years ago I was homeless… http://t.co/gxz2gF…

  2. Pete on June 29th, 2013 2:52 pm

    Hi Adrian, welcome to the world of the csa scum, i would like to invite you to the following group, We can adise and guide you in the best process in dealing with the parasites,
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/204256966364149/members/?order=default&query=jon#!/groups/204256966364149/
    Look forward to seeing you hopefully

  3. Pete on June 29th, 2013 2:54 pm

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