Joint Giro Credit Slip with Bills

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Georgios Christodoulou

Dear Department for Work and Pensions,

Please confirm that it is possible for you to provide a joint giro credit slip with your bills.

Yours faithfully,

Georgios Christodoulou

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Dear Georgios Christodoulou,

I am writing in response to your request for information, received 25
January.

Your response is attached

Yours sincerely,

DWP Operations FOI Team

Georgios Christodoulou

Dear [email address] on behalf of Operations FOI Team,

Our understanding of a joint giro credit slip is as follows:

A joint giro credit is one that has been issued by a biller and it can be used to pay a bill either at a bank, in which case it will be cleared through the inter-bank credit clearing, or at a branch of the Post Office.

Yours sincerely,

Georgios Christodoulou

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Hello Geogios,

In order to progress your FOI request, I need to know what bill you are talking about. DWP usually pays money out, rather than ask people to pay bills.

Thank you

DWP Freedom of Information Request Team

Our understanding of a joint giro credit slip is as follows:

A joint giro credit is one that has been issued by a biller and it can be used to pay a bill either at a bank, in which case it will be cleared through the inter-bank credit clearing, or at a branch of the Post Office.

Yours sincerely,

Georgios Christodoulou

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Georgios Christodoulou

Dear Operations FOI Requests,

We are referring to any Notice, Bill or Demand for payment that DWP posts to an individual.

Yours sincerely,

Georgios Christodoulou

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