Do you know how they should view things like the following?
I'm going to be moving into a new property so I need a deposit, fees, a few items such as a bed and sofa.
I have three cat's and one of them needs an operation. .They've told me I can't accommodate fir it in my budget and I have to use other allowances to afford it..this is how insensitive this place is.
I need to renew my passport next month. They told me that this isn't essential and I again have to use my allowances. I explained it's essential as it's photo ID and secondly my partner is non eu and for his visa t be renewed in august we have to send both our passports to the home office so I can't have an expired one. Again completely obstructive.
Some IP's will allow pet related expenses, some won't. The operation cost could be catered for by agreeing a few months payment break ( if the IP agrees) -- this would be added on at the end of the term. The same applies for the moving expenses and passport -- payment break.
Which company are you using ?
I tried to find a budget calculator but I couldn't find anything.
I only pay £70 a month so a payment break would not cover the costs of moving.
I am sure they expect £30 to cover insurance and food for a pet. Are they insane?
I could afford the minimum payment on the iva anyway so tbh I didn't want to do that.
I know that's how it works but if I put I spend a certain amount on certain things are they going to come back and say this is too much. Then if I've not put other things down that I could have an allowance on to balance it they'll come back and want more money. I'm expecting an increase as I'm in the uk now and on a better wage but still want what I'm reasonably allowed.
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