PIP called me again?

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I did a PIP assignment this year (through the post with the official PIP forms in Northern Ireland), and two months ago, they told me I was getting PIP through a letter and that my rates were slightly higher. It was going to change on April 2022 during the Annual Update.

Now this week, Capita (who I have never heard of before) want a phone consultation with me, and they sent me an appointment in the post. They're looking to call me around 11:45am at May 16th...

What do I do? I am confused, and I got this on short notice.

Is it really gonna happen, is it a scam? Has it happened to anyone else? Please help. Thanks.

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    If you filled in forms then it will be your assessment. The letter you received was the annual uprating letter and not a decision letter as you likely thought it was.

    Most people have assessments when claiming PIP, even if it's a review. Assessments can take place either by phone, face to face or video call and Capita do them in N.Ireland. No, it's not a scam. The assessment can last anywhere from 20-120 minutes, sometimes longer.

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      Thank you for your reponse, Denise. I had my assessment today, and I hope that everything goes well. Sorry it took a while for me to get back to you.

      Wontly

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