Monday, 8 November 2010

Extended Verification is Bollocks


The asswipes over at HMRC have been ordered (by the powers that be) that extended verification needs to be executed. Who knows why? Who cares?

In order to protect yourselves, if you haven't already, do the following;

1. Complain about extended or the legal certainty element. Although it is a complete charade and the complaints department is cross protective of itself, it may help to gather these documents.
2. After you reach the end of their shitty complaints procedure, you will be directed to the Adjudicator. Dont expect much from this shambles - the Adjudictor has been recruited by HMRC to check on itself. That's real impartial stuff isn't it?

3. Whilst your complaint is with the Adjudicator, contact your local MP and ask for their help with regards to the Parliamentary Ombudsman. They will send you a form, or write to HMRC, or both.

4. Once the Adjudicator does the cross-protecting thing and sticks up for HMRC with no real argument, you can then take your case to the Parliamentary Ombudsman.

At the end of it all - I bet you get a decision?

3 comments:

  1. hello DM i like your style

    question 1. i herd that if we say without prejudice on letters that they cannot be shown to the courts??

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  2. Thanks. A Judge can refuse to look at letters without prejudice (WP). I heard about a case where WP letters were submitted and the Judge made the defendant cross them out and sign it.
    There is no right or wrong really and depends probably on the mood of the Judge (say eh?)

    If you ever send any letter to HMRC, always write the letter as if a Judge will see it. That should cover it.

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