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HMRC Customer Help
We can help with general queries about HMRC products & services. Monday to Friday, 8am - 10pm; Saturday, 8am - 10pm, Sunday 9am - 10pm. No personal info please.
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HMRC Customer Help 7m
Replying to @simithedemon
letters going out each year to you. See: . 2/2 ^ZT
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HMRC Customer Help 8m
Replying to @simithedemon
Hi Serenity, you can request the tax credit helpline to withdraw your claim from the system, this would prevent the 1/2 ^ZT
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HMRC Customer Help 10m
Replying to @Phil_Harkel
You too, if you need any further general advice please contact us here. ^NA
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HMRC Customer Help 19m
Replying to @KeithCore88
Hi Keith. Thanks for tweeting us. Yes, my colleagues on the helpline can help you with that. ^ZM
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HMRC Customer Help 20m
Replying to @england_le
You’re welcome. If you have any general queries in the future please ask us here. ^ZT
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HMRC Customer Help 20m
Replying to @And1Bss
We send a cheque for the tax refund not a BACS payment. ^ZT
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HMRC Customer Help 24m
Replying to @england_le
going to your address. 3/3 ^ZT
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HMRC Customer Help 24m
Replying to @england_le
sender – named company not known at this address’. We would then look into this further and prevent any further letters 2/3 ^ZT
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HMRC Customer Help 25m
Replying to @england_le
Hi Lauren, I’m sorry you have received the letter to your address. Please send the letter back to us. Write ‘return to 1/3 ^ZT
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HMRC Customer Help 25m
Replying to @Phil_Harkel
You can claim the refund via this link: 2/2 ^NA
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HMRC Customer Help 26m
Replying to @Phil_Harkel
Hi Phil, no it won’t affect your universal credit claim. You can claim refund online and receive within 5 working days. 1/2 ^NA
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HMRC Customer Help 26m
Replying to @2kgordo
Hi Rachael. Thanks for tweeting us. Sorry we're not allowed to DM for security reasons but I can help with general advice. ^ZM
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HMRC Customer Help 29m
Replying to @RaScott9
The link I sent previously has the option for web chat. it does get busy so you may need to wait for an adviser to become free ^HS
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HMRC Customer Help 29m
Replying to @And1Bss
You should receive the payment within the given timescale. 2/2 ^ZT
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HMRC Customer Help 29m
Replying to @And1Bss
We won’t send a BACS payment, we would send a cheque to your bank. The bank would then deposit the amount into your account 1/2 ^ZT
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HMRC Customer Help 34m
Replying to @And1Bss
issued instead. 3/3 ^ZT
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HMRC Customer Help 35m
Replying to @RaScott9
Hi. you can call an adviser via who can check when the cheque was issued ^HS
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HMRC Customer Help 35m
Replying to @And1Bss
calculation. You need to make apply within 60 days of getting the P800. If after 60 days you don’t apply online a cheque is 2/3 ^ZT
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HMRC Customer Help 35m
Replying to @And1Bss
The only way to make a BACS transfer is for you to apply online via the personal tax account when you got the P800 tax 1/3 ^ZT
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HMRC Customer Help 37m
Replying to @rjbudden
us directly Richard and we will look into it and issue a return if necessary. Then you can go online and submit it. 2/2 ^ZM
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