The DVSA otherwise known as the Drivers and Vehicle Standards Agency is the body who are responsible for the administration of road safety in the UK. Recent reforms have seen the organisation grow as it incorporated the DSA and the Vehicle and Operations Services Association (VOSA). For all enquiries about having your vehicle on the UK’s roads, call the team on the DVSA Contact Number – 0843 504 0226.
The main public perception of the DSVA is that of an organisation responsible for the administration of driver tests, both practical and theory based. However, this government-backed body is also responsible for numerous other aspects of road safety and upkeep. Along with the many other services provided by the government, the DVSA was subject to serious reform. The DSVA now works as an exclusive arm of the Department for Transport and have incorporated the workings of the Driving Standards Agency and the Vehicle and Operator Services Agency, creating a more well-rounded body. A large number of motorists and prospective motorists reach out to the DVSA every day with enquiries about general road safety, testing and licencing amongst other things. For your convenience, we have listed common questions asked of he DVSA on a daily basis. However, if you want to reach them directly do not hesitate to call the customer service team at DVSA on the DVSA Contact Number – 0843 504 0226.
Can I book driving and theory tests privately on the DVSA Contact Number?
Driving tests are commonly booked through your driving instructor – normally as part of a package when you book your driving lessons. However, there are many learner drivers, who take a different route when it comes to learning how to drive. Some customers do not want the expense of going through the entire learning process with an expensive instructor and take lessons from family members in safe zones. In this case, you have the right to book your test privately and can do so by calling the customer service team on the number listed here. For those who are new to the learning process, you can also book your Theory test through this number too. The standard costs of the test currently stand at £31 for the Theory test and £62 for the Practical test – although the prices may alter after 4.30pm and on Bank Holiday. There is a change to pricing planned which will hopefully reduce the theory test to £25, Call the DVSA Contact Number on – 0843 504 0226 for more.
What other services can the DVSA help me with on the phone?
The DVSA are responsible for much more than just the safe testing of drivers; they are also responsible for some aspects of vehicle safety. Some second-hand cars can have a hidden history. The DVSA can assist with this as they provide a service that can check the validity of the cars current MOT, ensuring that the car is still legal after being ‘written off’. Many cars are still available secondhand after being written off and repaired by mechanics. By obtaining the VIC number, you will be able to check a car’s roadworthiness with the DVSA prior to your purchase. The service is free and can be obtained by making a call to the DVSA Contact Number listed here
At what times can I call the DVSA Contact Number?
You can reach the customer service team on the DVSA Contact Number helpline during regular daytime office hours. So, the best time to reach the team is between 9am and 5pm on a Monday to Friday. The office is usually closed at weekends and on public holidays.
For all enquiries about driver testing and vehicle safety including cancellations of driving tests call the customer service team at DVSA on the DVSA Contact Number – 0843 504 0226.
The government Social Fund is in place to assist those on low incomes and without savings to manage to pay for one-off and emergency expenses. As with many benefits or emergency loans, applicants have to meet certain criteria. In order to find out more, you can contact the Social Fund team on this Social Fund Contact Number – 0843 506 9377
Run and managed in its entirety by the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP), the Social Fund was established to help those in need. However, there are other forms of emergency funding available. Alternatives include the Budgeting Loan .However, the Social Fund does remain popular with many customers as they feel the need to apply for help with recent unexpected expenses.
What can I apply to the Social Fund for?
The Social Fund is there to assist those who are on low incomes with a one-off expense that may have come out of the blue. Whereas Budgeting Loans and Crisis Loans are the more commonly known methods of payment from the Social Fund there are others available. Alternative choices include Sure Start Maternity Grants for new parents, Funeral Payments, Cold Weather Payments and Winter Fuel Payments. Not everything is under the Social Fund category, and it’s worth investigating if other methods are better for you. It is advisable that you only apply for social funding loans if you are on benefits or low income.
How are decisions made?
All decisions are taken by the central staff at the job centre after you have filled in the appropriate forms. Much like applying for Budgeting Loans, decisions are expected to take approximately 28 days. For more information, you can call the customer service team on the Social Fund Contact Number – 0843 506 9377.
Sure Star Maternity Grants
The issue of these grants is on a discretionary basis to those who are receiving certain benefits such as Income Support or Tax Credits. Such grants can be a one-off payment of £500 – yet could rise to more if there is more than one baby. In addition, it is a grant does not have to be paid back.
Winter Fuel Payments and Cold Weather Payments
These payments are for people of any age who may be struggling with their fuel payments at a time of the year especially when houses need to be warmer. These payments are not to be confused with the Cold Weather Payment, which is for those of pension age. Both payments are in place to assist those who cannot afford the expensive payments at this time of year. If you would like to apply or to find out more, please call the Social Fund Contact Number on 0843 506 9377.
An unexpected death can be extremely difficult to handle, and the added financial burden is something that you will not want to think about, yet sadly is essential. For those who are struggling with these costs, there is help available from the Social Fund and this payment of up to £700 can be applied for by calling the number on this page.
I’ve seen a site posing as the Social Fund, but it is not the official Government one. Who should I contact?
There are third party companies in existence who have likened themselves to the Social Fund and some have gone so far to use the name and also government stylings in order to confuse customers. Be aware though that these are not official, and the only ones you should contact are through the number on this page or in person at your local Job Centre.
Do you feel the need to apply for any of the awards from the Social Fund or appeal an existing decision? If so, it is advisable that you call the customer service department on the Social Fund Contact Number – 0843 506 9377.
EHIC stands for the European Health Insurance Card and is on offer from countries who are members of the European Economic Area, (EEA). Cover with this card will give you medical assistance throughout the European Union. For information on how to apply or renew your EHIC card, you can call the customer relations team on the EHIC Contact Number – 0843 515 9403.
The EHIC card was introduced to replace the old European Health Card, the E111. The benefits of having this card are that you will be able to get reduced cost or potentially free State health care in many European countries in case of a mishap abroad. This card will give you the cover needed to allow you to continue your stay until your planned return date and can cover you for existing conditions that may flare up while you are on holiday. The EHIC does cover maternity care, but not if you are travelling abroad to give birth. You can speak to a representative on the phone about the EHIC card on the EHIC Contact Number – 0843 515 9403..
How do I apply for an EHIC?
Applying for an EHIC is extremely simple. You can call the customer service team who will be able to walk you through the process. There is an online form that you can fill in, but it can be complex. Therefore, it is advisable that you speak to a customer service representative. The government has issued a warning that there are a certain number of third party companies who proclaim to process this application for you in exchange for a fee. These should not be used as the EHIC card is free. Upon calling the number listed on this page, you will need to have some information to hand to process your application, including your National Insurance number. For more information call the EHIC contact number on – 0843 515 9403
Can I cover my entire family on one card or do they need to apply individually?
Each of your family members will have to apply for a card separately as there are no family EHIC cards in existence. For family members who do not have National Insurance numbers, please supply the customer service team with NHS details to proceed.
Exactly what is covered by the EHIC card?
Legislation varies from country-to-country. Some countries’ medical care is different to others but the general rule is that anything that you can access on the NHS should be accessible with an EHIC card. There are exceptions however and these do vary depending on where you are visiting. The EHIC customer service team is in possession of a guide to what each country offers and can be contacted using the number on this page in order to find out the specifics. Please note that EHIC is not a replacement for travel insurance and it is highly advisable that you continue to purchase adequate cover when travelling. EHIC also does not cover any planned medical procedures abroad, so you will have to cover the cost of such yourself. Find out more by calling the EHIC Contact Number – 0843 515 9403.
How can I renew my EHIC card?
The EHIC lasts five years and is free to renew. All you have to do is have your card to hand and call the EHIC Contact Number for instructions on how to renew. The customer service advisors will walk you through the process. The number you need is on this page.
For all enquiries in regards to EHIC, you should call the customer service team on the EHIC Contact Number – 0843 515 9403.
Budgeting Loans assist eligible applicants who are struggling to meet payments for essential things such as rent, furniture and more. The Budgeting Loan system has replaced the older Crisis Loans, and people are encouraged to call the customer service team on the Budget Loan Contact Number -0843 504 0605 for more information.
In 2013, the government continued their reform measures and altered the established Crisis Loan system. There was a call to make alterations to this system as many customers were failing to make their repayments on time. It was not a particularly surprising revelation as these loans were for those who have been supported by state benefits for over 26 weeks continuously. Claimants who have children are a priority, and you must have been claiming Job Seekers Allowance for 26 weeks or longer. Such loans range in amount and start at £100 rising to £1500 dependent on your individual situation. For more information, call the Budgeting Loan Contact Number on – 0843 504 0605.
How do I find out if I am eligible for a Budgeting Loan?
It is distressing when you feel that the pressure of essential financial commitments, especially when you have been on benefits. For those who have been on benefits long-term, for 26 weeks or longer, should be eligible to qualify for a Budgeting Loan. The amount you can borrow is dependent on your current financial and personal situation. If you are a single parent, for example, there is a much larger chance you may be eligible because you have to support your child. Budgeting Loan eligibility is difficult to understand. Therefore, it can be hard to be entirely sure if you will be able to receive one of these financial assistance payments. So, it is advisable that you speak to someone on the customer service team via the Budget Loan Contact Number listed here.
How much can I apply for with a Budgeting Loan?
Budgeting Loans are set out to begin at £100 and the maximum amount that you can receive is £1500. These loans are much like any other loan you could get and require monthly repayment over 100+ weeks. There is no interest added to these loans, but again like a traditional loan they must be repaid in full. If you are assesed as unable to repay the loan within the time frame then the government will reject your loan application immediately. In order to understand the inner workings of the Budgeting Loan system and find out how much you cold be eligible to borrow, call the customer service team on the Budgeting Loan Contact Number – 0843 504 0605.
Where can I get more information?
For more information you can call the Budget Loan contact number listed on this page. Loans have been divided up into three separate types – one for single people, one for couples with children and the other for couples without children. You can call the number on this page in order to understand the process further. The team will be able to issue you with the relevant forms, the SF500 and help you fill them in over the phone. Loan decisions will be made within 28 days.
Can I apply if I still have an outstanding Crisis Loan?
No, unfortunately your Crisis Loan must be paid off in full before a new Budgeting Loan can be processed.
For all enquiries relating to Budgeting Loans and the former Crisis Loans, please call the Budgeting Loan Contact Number on – 0843 504 0605.
CRB is the acronym given to the Criminal Record Bureau who were the body tasked with providing checks and information on an individuals official crime records. Having undergone a recent change, the CRB was merged together with the Independent Safeguarding Authority (ISA) and renamed themselves the Disclosure and Barring Service or DBS for short.
Despite the CRB name still being commonplace, the actual CRB check does not really exist any more in its previous guise, however the test is still being run. Installed as a result of a variety of inicidents which places various members of the public at risk of exploitation, the CRB test was brought in to investigate that those in positions of power – particularly those who work with children are fit to work in that environment. Many industries have had to endure bad press and a high turn over of employees due to the unsuitability of certain staff. The CRB check does issues a peace of mind to employees and in the example of childcare, peace of mind to those parents who are putting their children into the care of others,
How does the CRB check now work?
The CRB checks are now administered by the DBS and these can be requested by employers when investigating current employees or looking into the past of prospective employees. It is to be noted that members of the public cannot ask for a check from the DBS and will be referred to Disclosure Scotland who will be able to issue a basic disclosure form to you.
In order for an employer to instigate a DBS or CRB check then it is essential that they make an initial phone call to the CRB contact number on 0843 515 8143. During this initial call you will be asked a number of questions which will then lead to an application form being sent in the post. From here you can fill in the firm and return it to the DBS or via an accreddited body. Be warned though, there are a number of companies who have set themselves up in order to over charge customers for simple services that they can access from the government either cheaper or for free. For the complete service, contact the CRB team using the number on this page.
How much will the service cost?
There are three different types of CRB check. A Standard, an Enhanced and also an Enhanced but with added list checks. Each of these tests will take a different length of time.
- The Standard check will cost you £26 and this will investigate spent and unspent criminal convictions along with cautions, reprimands and other minor offences. This should take up to two weeks to complete.
- The Enhanced Check will cos £44 and this includes what you get in the standard check but also will give additional information from the police force that is considered to be relevant to this particular position and person. Police will only release relevant information in regards to this. The Enhanced Check will take approximately four weeks to complete.
- The Enhanced Check (With lists checks) is essentially the same as the enhanced check but also includes information from the DBS barred lists. Information on these lists included notes on individuals who are unsuitable for working with children or adults. People listed on this list are not suitable for certain types of work and if you need to check you will get the appropriate answer. It is against the law to employ someone who is on one of these lists if you are in full knowledge that said person is on that list. This check can only be requested for specific roles and in order to check if that role qualifies, contact the customer service team on the CRB Contact Number – 0843 515 8143
Do I need a CRB check for volunteers?
Some volunteers may fall into this category and in this case you may have to request a CRB check for them. In this instance you will find that the CRB check is free of charge to you and can be conducted in the same time frame as those that you would pay for. It is advised though that you call the CRB Contact Number listed here in order to check if you need to get the check.
For all enquiries relating to CRB and a check that you’d like conducted, call the team at the CRB contact number – 0843 515 8143.
Having gone through serious reform over the years, the DSA (or Driving Standards Agency) is the department run by the Department for Transport, the Drivers and Vehicle Standards Agency. Now renamed the DVLA, it is the body responsible for the standard of drivers in the UK. If you have been searching for their contact number and have suffered issues finding it due to the renaming, we have found the number to get you to the correct department to answer your questions. You can reach the DSA on – 0843 515 8632.
Contrary to popular belief, despite having gone through cosmetic changes to their organisation, you can still contact the DSA in order to talk about driving tests or other relating driving standards issues. Customer service representatives will be able to assist you with any of your enquiries including the booking of a test.
Having existed as the DSA, the body now consists of the DSA’s existing work and the VOSA (Vehicle and Operator Standards Agency) – who’s logo you’ll still see on your vehicle documentation. This agency is responsible for a variety of issues that the DVLA do not cover. Whereas they are responsible for the issuing of licenses, the DSA is the body who monitor and manage the drivers who take to our roads. Setting out and conducting tests, providing health and safety rules and procedures and are also responsible for the administration of roadside testing and registration plate information. As the bodies merged, the DSA in its new guise became much busier. The majority of customers directly call the DVLA for motor vehicle related issues when at times it should be the DSA contact number that they use. Below are some of the common questions posed to the customer service team at the DSA. Remember, you can speak to an agent using the number on this page.
Booking a test on the DSA helpline
In order to legally drive on the roads across the UK, you will need a full driving licence. This documentation is distributed and managed by the DVLA, yet the testing itself in order for you to get a licence is administered by the DSA. By calling the DSA contact number, you’ll be able to speak to a helpful customer service agent who will assist you in arranging a private test. The majority of customers have this done for them through a driving school. However, if you have opted for an alternate route, you can book your test by calling the DSA Contact Number on 0843 515 8632
How do I arrange a theory test?
Theory tests are carried out at local DSA offices and are the first step towards achieving your full driving licence. Again, it is possible to book this test by calling the number on this page. The test has evolved over the years from a multiple choice, pencil and paper test to a fully computerised multiple choice test that can give you instant results. To arrange a theory test at one of the 150 test centres across the country, call the DSA Contact Number on – 0843 515 8632..
What other services can the DSA provide?
Along with arranging and administering driving testing in the country, the local DSA centres have some specialist facilities for drivers who wish to take advanced or alternative tests. For example in Brentwood you can take the standard driving test along with tests involving taxis and advanced driving instructor courses at levels 2 and 3. There is, however, a waiting list for these tests, and you will have to apply in advance. Ensure that you can sit your test on a day that is suitable for you. Contact the customer service team using the number in this article.
Can I find out information from the DSA about a second-hand car that I’m looking to buy?
Yes, you can, the DSA provides a checker service online and over the phone too, which you can access using the number on this page. If you have some information about the vehicle, the staff can check the validity of the MOT, and also the DSA can run a VIC – Vehicle Identity Check. If a car has a VIC market, then the test can be run to check if the car is still roadworthy after it has been written off in a crash,
For all enquiries relating to driving tests and road safety call the DSA Contact Number on – 0843 515 8632.
Contact Phone Number for UKBA
A subdivision of the Home Office, the UKBA – or United Kingdom Border Agency are the body responsible for the administration and distribution of visas and also for the vetting of those who are set to enter the UK from other countries. Their service is essential and difficult to understand at times. In order to speak to someone about a potentially sensitive subject, call the team on the UKBA Contact Number – 0843 5040 528.
Having formed in 2007, the UKBA are wholly responsible for issuing working and travelling visa’s in the UK. They have a huge responsibility on immigration control and as such run extremely tight procedures. After a series of reform procedures, the UKBA are also now responsible for the control and removal of immigrants into the UK and have to deal with a number of complex cases on a daily basis. If you or someone that you are connected with are in the need of a working or travelling visa for the UK, then it is essential that you call the number here.
Applying for a UK Visa
A large number of people visit the UK each year and a significant number of those people are not just here for a holiday. A section of travellers arrive in the UK with the intention of a long term stay and with this a specific visa will have to be issued. A large number of people can be exempt from the visa process yet for others you may have to apply. If you are a member of a developing nation then you will have to lodge an application with the UKBA whilst still in your own country. With this you will receive an application number and then you will have to submit your documents from there. If you are coming to work in the UK you will have to apply for a working visa which is a different process. You will need documentation from your prospective employer and also you will need a number of other pieces of paperwork. This can be even more confusing than the standard application and in order to fully understand it, you should call the customer service team immediately on the UKBA Contact Number – 0843 5040 528.
Appealing a decision by the UKBA
With the UKBA running a very strict set of procedures in relation to allowing people into the country on a long term basis, there will be times where applications are rejected. In this instance there is a procedure for appeal. If you strongly feel that your application should have been accepted then you can contact the customer service team using the number on this page. Whereas the team do not directly handle the complaint on this number, they can direct you to the right people to speak to.
Dealing with asylum through the UKBA.
Asylum is a particularly sensitive subject and needs to be handled in such a manner. Many people from countries in the midst of conflict – and others seek asylum in the UK in the hope that their fortunes may change and they can escape from oppression in their country. Due to an extremely large number of false asylum claims that have managed to slip through the net in the UK, the procedure for this is thorough. If you feel you need to apply for asylum in the UK, contact the UKBA by calling the team on the UKBA Contact Number – 0843 5040 528.
For all enquiries to the UKBA in relation to immigration, visa’s or asylum. Call the customer service team on – 0843 5040 528.
There are many reasons as to why you would need to contact the Home Office and if you have been searching hard for the correct telephone number then we have done the hard work for you. Call the Home Office Contact Number on – 0843 487 1813.
The Home Office is a department of the UK Government that provides a large amount of services to the public. Dealing with immigration, tackling terrorism, arranging laws on such things as drugs and alcohol and much more. Their immediate goal is to ensure the safety of the residents of this country and ensure that they are all protected by the laws which we must adhere to. The Home Office are responsible for giving the police force certain powers in order t tackle sections of crime. They also deal with passport related issues – such as immigration and emigration and of course the issue of your passport.To speak to a member of the Home Office team, call the Home Office Contact Number – 0843 487 1813.
What services can I contact the Home Office about?
With the Home Office covering so many different sections of UK policy and legislation, it can be difficult to understand exactly what you can contact the customer service team for, Managed by the Right Honourable Theresa May, MP, the Home Office controls a number of policies and can assist you with any of these common problems. Many people reach out to the Home Office in order to deal with serious questions in relation to UK law. The Home Office have a responsibility to administer and monitor UK laws and despite the system being extremely complicated, there are times when you may have specific questions that you have not been able to get the answer for. In this instance, it is best advised to contact the customer service team from the Home Office who will be able to direct your call. Speak to a representative on the Home Office Contact Number – 0843 487 1813.
Can I speak to the Home Office directly about immigration?
The Home Office is the best body to contact if you would like to discuss any aspect of immigration. Whereas most people will direct questions to their specific consulates, there is a more direct route to be taken here by contacting the Home Office. The team here are fully responsible for all aspects of immigration and border control including the issuing of passports and immigration documentation. To speak to the team about any concerns you may have over immigration, call the Home Office using the number on this page.
Do the Home Office deal with complaints?
If you have a valid complaint regarding any service that the Home Office may administer then you may have the right to complain. Obviously the Home Office deal with a number of serious cases on a daily basis, if you are in the position to complain, then you should contact the Home Office team immediately using the number on this page. The Home Office will attempt to address your complaint within 20 days and you can contact them at any point during this period in order to discuss this with them. Call the Home Office Contact Number on – 0843 487 1813.
Whereas the Crisis Loan system has become obsolete in the UK, it is still in operation in Northern Ireland. The system has been replaced in the UK by budgeting loans and for existing applicants there is a much stricter process to follow. In order to discuss this further, it is advised that you call the customer service team on the Crisis Loan Contact Number – 0843 487 1802.
The Crisis Loan system was set up by UK government in order to help those who were receiving social benefits on a long term basis and were still struggling to pay for the essentials such as furniture, clothes and accommodation costs.. In their initial guise, the Crisis Loan became popular for many who were still struggling even whilst on benefits. Unfortunately many people who took out the loans failed to replay them in a timely manner and this lead to a collapse of the system. Whereas many still owe money on Crisis Loans and are in the process of repaying them, new applicants will find it even more difficult to apply for the newly formed Budgeting Loan. For more information on this benefit, it is advised that you call the customer service team on the Crisis Loan Contact Number – 0843 487 1802.
Availability in Northern Ireland.
Crisis loans have ceased to exist in the original form in the UK, Scotland and Wales – yet for residents of Northern Ireland, you can still claim for a crisis loan. The application system has not changed. If you feel that you will not be able to meet your essential financial commitments over a short term period, then it is possible that you will be eligible for a crisis loan. In order to find out if you are eligible, then call the customer service team on the Crisis Loan contact number – 0843 487 1802.
What are the terms and conditions of a Crisis/Budgeting Loan?
When applying for a new Crisis or Budgeting loan, the first thing that you will need to be aware of is that the process has changed slightly. If you are an already existing customer of a Crisis Loan, then you will have to ensure that your previous account has been cleared in full before reapplying for a new account. This is due to the high amount of unpaid loans that have been discovered across the country. Traditionally the loans will last up to 104 weeks and are interest free. You will have been claiming benefits for over 26 weeks at this point and struggling with essential payments. The maximum loan is £1500 and the loans begin at £100. Customers can find full terms and conditions on the Gov.uk website and to clarify any questions you may have it is essential that you speak to someone on the Crisis Loan Contact Number – 0843 487 1802
How can I apply for one of these loans?
These loans can still be applied for in the traditional method and that is over the telephone on the Crisis Loan Contact Number listed here. Be aware that you will need all relevant information to hand when applying for this including details of your benefits, living arrangements and your National Insurance number. There are a variety of other pieces of information that you may need and it is best advised that in order to understand the process and any forms that you may need to fill in. Call the Crisis Loan team on – 0843 487 1802, the best contact number to reach them on
How do I apply for a Budgeting Loan?
As a UK, Scotland or Wales resident, you will need to apply for a Budgeting Loan now. To do this you can still call the Crisis Loan Contact Number in order to be transferred to the correct department, call the team using the number on this page.
If you have been searching for the Crisis Loan Contact Number, search no further and call the number on this page – 0843 487 1802.
Credit based benefits are difficult to understand and those who are often confused need guidance. In this case, you will need the Pension Credit Contact Number, and you can directly reach the customer service team by calling their phone number on 0843 515 8131.
Pension Credit was the brainchild of former Prime Minister Gordon Brown and was aimed at improving the lives of the elderly in the UK. However since its inception in 2003, Pension Credit has been one of the most heavily tampered with benefits in the current system. Having gone through a number of changes over the past decade, claiming Pension Credit has become extremely confusing and difficult. For those who are confused or want to ask questions in regards to your application, call the customer service team on the Pension Credit Contact Number on – 0843 515 8131.
Split into two separate sections that are representative of different demographics and reasons for awarding.
Guarantee Credit –
Guarantee Credit will provide relief for those who are retired yet still have earnings from either savings or pensions yet still rank below the poverty line. The accepted guidelines for application for this benefit have an individual earning less that £132.60 per week or for couples, £202.40 per week. If this is the case, you should be eligible for payments.
Savings Credit –
This part of Pension Credit was created to assist those who may not be in as dire a financial situation as others. For instance, you may have savings that afford you to live quite comfortably but still need extra financial assistance. This benefit rests on a means test system and will require you to provide extra information when calling the Pension Credit contact number. When making an application for this benefit, your income will be assessed including monies from your State Pension, any private pension plans that you have been making payments to, social security benefits and also your savings. Many other items enter into consideration and for the best advice you should make the call to the number listed on this page.
Can I make an application for Pension Credit on behalf of a family member?
Not usually, however, there can be exceptions to the rule. If your family member is unable to get to the phone or is too frail to deal with this, then there is a possibility that you could become a named applicant providing information on their behalf. The best thing to do is to contact the customer service team immediately on the Pension Credit contact number – 0843 515 8131.
Will I need to fill a form in or can I deal with this application on the phone?
There is a form to fill in and is the PC1 form that, upon completion should be handed to your local pension centre for processing. The fact is though that the majority of your claim can indeed be dealt with over the telephone, and you can do this by calling the customer service team on the Pension Credit Contact Number – 0843 515 8131.
At what times can I call the Pension Credit Contact Number?
The Pension Credit helpline is open during office hours, 8am – 6pm Monday to Friday, yet it is closed at the weekends and on public holidays.
For all enquiries relating to Pension Credit, it is advised that you call the customer service team on the Pension Credit Contact Number – 0843 515 8131.