When will the Csa start readdressing blatant discrimination against the NRP?

March 26, 2013

I have been a valuable client of the Csa for a number of years going back to 2007 ,they did my assessment and rite from the start got it wrong . It has came to light the Csa closed my Csa in error in 2009 and never stared it up correctly. And I am due 4126.83 pound and been waiting 6 months on it and to be honest there is No way they will pay a NRP that amount of money.

Wait for this one it has transpired my ex has been committing benefit fraud claiming child benefit while my son was working , my ex is paying the money back to housing benefit ,council tax benefit, income support for benefit fraud the Csa know this but as child benefit was payed to her all the time I still have to pay £3000 for the whole year ,sorry this is the rules i was told child benefit was still payed even if fraudulently I still have to pay.

She will get to pay her fraud back at £ 5 a week and she will get 40 % of my wages to help her do this £645 per month.

This is encouraging benefit fraud and theft under false pretences against the NRP When will the Csa start readdressing blatant discrimination against the NRP.

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25 Responses to “When will the Csa start readdressing blatant discrimination against the NRP?”

  1. Paul Ocallaghan on March 26th, 2013 12:32 pm

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  2. Carrie on March 26th, 2013 12:56 pm

    Get on to your MP, I know they are on the Government who ultimately make laws that control the CSA but I’m sure they would want to help a constituent. It must be made a fairer system. This IS what happens and the people at the top need to know !!Yes ,even if the pwc claims Ch/Ben fraudulently the nrp STILL has to pay.
    It takes months to prove and the law says while the pwc’s claiming the nrp MUST keep PAYING !You don’t get any back either even if proven to be fraudulent at a later date! One quick telephone call/computer check to the DWP or whoever deals with C/ben could put a stop to all this & sort it out the same day! In this day & age of technology surely this could be done !!The CSA are quick enough to look into nrp’s credit files to see how they can pay their CM when it suits them !!

  3. Paul Ocallaghan on March 26th, 2013 1:02 pm

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  4. Dave White on March 26th, 2013 1:22 pm

    Small claims court application?

  5. Macon on March 26th, 2013 1:30 pm

    When the Csa phone you the from the DWP they can check my natonal insurance so why can’t they check my sons , I have olso given them my sons workplace and phone number and after all ,hear we are talking about a 18 year old ” CHILD ” who drives a car to work he is no way a toddler who is still breast feeding , my ex sees my son as a ATM cash point to my wallet !!!

  6. Paul Ocallaghan on March 26th, 2013 3:02 pm

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  7. Paul Ocallaghan on March 26th, 2013 5:03 pm

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  8. carol on March 26th, 2013 7:11 pm

    oh this is just shit

    I hope your MP helps you, can you not stop work for a while until its sorted…rather that than 40% of wages….jeez how do you afford anything without being in debt?

    I know…you dont,…

  9. macon on March 26th, 2013 8:16 pm

    alice

    i realy need your opinion and advice on this one as you work for the csa and remember the csa can fine PWC or the NRP for false information has any PWC ever been fined?

  10. Paul Ocallaghan on March 26th, 2013 9:17 pm

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  11. lisa on March 26th, 2013 10:06 pm

    @ Macon

    Alice will only answer questions she feels relevent to her, because you are an NRP she probably doesnt feel the ned to help you get money back, if you were a PWC then it might have been different

  12. stuart on March 26th, 2013 10:32 pm

    Do not listen to Alice she does not understand the question, she will however give a very detailed answer to another one for you.

  13. stuart on March 26th, 2013 10:42 pm

    As long as you do not owe arrears and the claim was fraudelent they should refund the money, complain in writing ask for your data prints and involve your MP.

  14. Paul Ocallaghan on March 27th, 2013 5:18 am

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  15. Gonk on March 27th, 2013 10:57 am

    Disgusting beyond believe that this filth get away with…how’s it fair?
    And yes…Alice will only spout legislation and the reason why they can legally rob you.remember…us Nrp’s pay her salary.
    Gonk

  16. Macon on March 27th, 2013 12:09 pm

    My arrears have came about because I refused to pay after my son started working that was in 2011 I have told them to take me to court and I have never payed since but they are now taking 40 % of my wages because my ex has committed benifit fraud no one from the Csa knows if my case is opened or closed what a joke but they still take DOE my MP is involved and has been great , why won’t they take me to court for a liability order , is this because a DOE is a cert and a liability order would be laughed out of court !!!!!!!!

  17. Gonk on March 27th, 2013 1:18 pm

    So you did have arrears then? Rightly or wrongly…you had arrears…you should have never refused to pay…these arsoles will chase you relentlessly and win cause they are corrupt and have puppet courts on their side.
    At least you should have put the money each month to one side until it was sorted.then you wouldn’t be screwed by them for 40% of your wages.still wrong I know,the fact she only pays a fiver back for benefit cheating and you are stung for 40%
    Gonk

  18. Paul Ocallaghan on March 27th, 2013 5:48 pm

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  19. Macon on March 27th, 2013 11:43 pm

    Gonk

    Depending on what Csa worker I speak to I am due 4126 quid the next says I am in arrears of 3000 quid I have put all my Csa money away since I stopped paying over 16 months ago at least I have a 1% chance of keeping it normally the Csa would have arrested my wages before this why ?, The more people who stand up to them the better it is a hard fight but it can be won !!!!!!

  20. Paul Ocallaghan on March 28th, 2013 6:17 pm

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  21. Lisa on March 28th, 2013 6:37 pm

    @ Gonk, i dont blame the guy one bit for not wanting to pay, his son was earning his money as an adult and didt actually entitle him to CSA, so in actual fact he doesnt deserve persecuting for doing what any normal person would have done mate, if that was my child and they were working i certainly would not pay the CSA to take more from me,

  22. Paul Ocallaghan on March 30th, 2013 6:47 pm

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  23. katie taylor on April 8th, 2013 6:17 pm

    i have been waiting for 6 months my son needs new clothes and i have been wailting 6 months and nothing has been sorted they need a better system

  24. JasonY on April 26th, 2013 11:26 am

    In my experience with the CSA, they are fine if the claim is legit and both parties are in agreement.
    As soon as there is a problem i.e. a fraudulent claim or the NRP refuses to pay etc.
    The CSA then become useless at their job and cannot or will not investigate a case.

    It took the CSA six months to tell me, that if I think the CB claim is fraudulent I will have to report it and I will also have to investigate it myself.

    Both my daughters do not live at home, one claims income support and the other is at university, but the five minutes it takes to look on the income support system and to ring the university is just too much for them to do.

    Currently I am losing 40% take home, but I have got them to take one daughter off the case, but they still have not done a recalculation of my case yet… they take forever to do anything.

    So it you have the same problem and you have come for advice, the advice I can give you so far is “DON’T TRUST THE CSA”.

    The CSA will be of no help at all
    Go straight to your MP
    Report the fraud yourself both on line and via letter
    Investigate the claim yourself i.e get proof they go to uni etc
    Start to nag the CSA and if needed your MP
    Consider legal action ( I am close to this point)

  25. anon on November 28th, 2013 7:15 pm

    my mum was still claiming child benefit after i stopped college and was no longer living with her due to difficulties, for three months i was homeless sleeping on peoples couches and living off crackers, i tried finding a job through jsa and was finally told i couldn’t receive any money due to mom claiming stil when this came to light csa contacted my dad and told him that he had payed too much he was awarded £1900 back none of it was given to me or my sister, luckily i was able to find a job soon after and my dad carried on paying my sister through a bank account directly to her. i was 18 yes but was only just out of college and felt as though i was let down by my parents and the system. it seems from other peoples stories the csa pick and choose who get what back , but hopefully you will get your money back but i also hope you remember that your kids are your kids no matter what age and will always need you xx

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