Please give a explanations of the following words and sentences used by tax credit officials

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Nicola Guagliardo

Dear HM Revenue and Customs,

We come across the following note present into Tax Credit files and we request an explanation to the following and a copy of the documents when requested.

1) What you mean with the word: "Organised Attack" when those are inserted into a Tax credit file?
2) What you mean with the sentence: "Organise Attack risk" when this is inserted into a Tax credit file?
3) It is possible to have a blank copy, a sample, of a letter issued for "Organise Attack risk"?
4) What you mean with the sentence: "Organise Attack claim corrected" when this is inserted into a Tax credit file?
5) What you mean with the sentence: "Organise Attack Claim Terminated" when this is inserted into a Tax credit file?

Yours faithfully,

Nicola Guagliardo

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