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    Quote Originally Posted by worried33 View Post
    I will say 99% chance nukecad is right...
    Lol. It is that time when I'm usually in the pub using my phone so beer may take a part in my answers.
    (I may make a post about why the pub later when I've thought about it).

    And 99% is generous, nobody can be right all the time.

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    I knew I would have a daft question!

    On the envelope they have sent to send the booklet back in someone has written in big letters across the middle of it: Free Post DWP-ESA-30.

    Where do I address it to? I've looked through but can't see an address on there anywhere.

    All filled out just need to do some photo copying will now check to see when the library is open

    Thanks

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    That's a valid, short-form, Freepost address. (Freepost DWP ESA 30 is Sunderland ESA office according to a list I have).

    That's all you need to use as the address.

    All DWP mail goes to the mail handling centres in Wolverhampton, and they pass it on to the respective office.
    Last edited by nukecad; 10-10-2019 at 02:52 PM.
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    Amazing such a short line of words & letters will get to where it's supposed to makes you wonder why we put anything as an address other than house number & postcode!

    Will post it as is then

    Thanks

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    I"ve actually done that years ago.
    House number + postcode and it got there two days later.

    Have you heard of the three word location system?
    It can pinpoint you anywhere in the world.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-49319760
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    lol it works then!

    Nope never heard of it before handy to know.
    Last edited by StarBright; 10-11-2019 at 07:34 PM.

  7. #57
    Photo copying done, gone through the whole form 4 more times to make sure I've answered everything & put my name insurance number & what each photo copy I have included is for on every one stapled that to the form ready to post tomorrow morning.

    Any ideas on how long it takes?

    Thanks

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