fancy claiming some free benefits, advice please?

#1
Right - after talking to a bloke in a pub I've decided I may as well claim some sort of benefits. I am at a significant disadvantage, as I work. However this guy reckons if you claim you have adhd or some other form of retardation you can get some money for nothing. Infact this hero got himself a disability car as he put in his kid has adhd.

It all struck me as rubbish until I googled it, turns out mumsnet is an amazing source of information: Rates for child with adhd

So anyone got any practicle advise on how I can get as much of my tax money back as possible.

Lots of love and kisses. Sam
 

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#2
Right - after talking to a bloke in a pub I've decided I may as well claim some sort of benefits. I am at a significant disadvantage, as I work. However this guy reckons if you claim you have adhd or some other form of retardation you can get some money for nothing. Infact this hero got himself a disability car as he put in his kid has adhd.

It all struck me as rubbish until I googled it, turns out mumsnet is an amazing source of information: Rates for child with adhd

So anyone got any practicle advise on how I can get as much of my tax money back as possible.

Lots of love and kisses. Sam
It's true, loads of free money for looking after a kid even with controlled epilepsy.
 
#4
It's true, loads of free money for looking after a kid even with controlled epilepsy.
I don't have any kids. But I sometimes have my niece when by brother is a bit busy or lazy. Can you please give me some proffessional advice, on what a youngish man can do to get the top rate please. I really really want a new Audi, but there is fuck all chance I am paying for it.
 
#6
Were ATOS involved in 2008?
How the fuck would I know. I'm new to scrounging. But I am sure there are ways around the system. Have a look at what some of them are trying to claim on there for now...

I have a full time job, and my son goes to school, but sometimes he wakes up at night so I should get the highest rate... I will never beat them so I want to join them.
 

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#7
Right - after talking to a bloke in a pub I've decided I may as well claim some sort of benefits. I am at a significant disadvantage, as I work. However this guy reckons if you claim you have adhd or some other form of retardation you can get some money for nothing. Infact this hero got himself a disability car as he put in his kid has adhd.
It all struck me as rubbish until I googled it, turns out mumsnet is an amazing source of information: Rates for child with adhd

So anyone got any practicle advise on how I can get as much of my tax money back as possible.

Lots of love and kisses. Sam
Why not go ask there then?
 

jarrod248

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#8
I don't have any kids. But I sometimes have my niece when by brother is a bit busy or lazy. Can you please give me some proffessional advice, on what a youngish man can do to get the top rate please. I really really want a new Audi, but there is fuck all chance I am paying for it.
Suck me off.
 

Fang_Farrier

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#11
At your generous 50p a BJ rate, he's going to be knackered well before he can even afford a new tyre let alone a whole car.
 

Wordsmith

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#12
So anyone got any practicle advise on how I can get as much of my tax money back as possible.
Go to your nearest run down council estate. Look for an overweight, tattooed, scouse eyebrow'd , chain-smoking mum dressed in an expensive designer shell suit and trainers. She will have one kid in a pram and a small tribe of them following her. She is the local expert on how to claim benefits - although be prepared for a long complaint about how she doesn't get enough benefits and little Damien has had to go without his X-Box.

The alternative is to try the local Citizen's Advice Bureaux, but they may not be so helpful with advice on how to fiddle the system.

Wordsmith
 
#13
Go to your nearest run down council estate. Look for an overweight, tattooed, scouse eyebrow'd , chain-smoking mum dressed in an expensive designer shell suit and trainers. She will have one kid in a pram and a small tribe of them following her. She is the local expert on how to claim benefits - although be prepared for a long complaint about how she doesn't get enough benefits and little Damien has had to go without his X-Box.

The alternative is to try the local Citizen's Advice Bureaux, but they may not be so helpful with advice on how to fiddle the system.

Wordsmith
Wordsmith, it's a travesty that Damian has to go with out his Xbox ! I now have a tear in my eye!
 
#14
Yup... just go down your local DWP shop, with a biro stuffed each nostril, start bubling about "wibbles" and "Flat Earthers" persecuting you because you beleive that the Moon is made of Green cheese, tell the Geezer behind the counter that your not "Quite the ticket".... and hey presto, you willg et some Higher Rate DLA so you can buy cheep strong cyder and some waccy baccy....
 

Fang_Farrier

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sirbhp

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#20
Right - after talking to a bloke in a pub I've decided I may as well claim some sort of benefits. I am at a significant disadvantage, as I work. However this guy reckons if you claim you have adhd or some other form of retardation you can get some money for nothing. Infact this hero got himself a disability car as he put in his kid has adhd.

It all struck me as rubbish until I googled it, turns out mumsnet is an amazing source of information: Rates for child with adhd

So anyone got any practicle advise on how I can get as much of my tax money back as possible.

Lots of love and kisses. Sam
Send DWP mug shot photo of your good self and I am sure the money will be forthcoming. grin
 

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