There was a point where I wasn’t updating the benefit teams of my savings.
One day they called me and asked about if I had savings and I told them.
Then they asked for a time line of my savings
And that’s where I made mistakes with writing down how much savings i had in the past two years from 2017 to 2019. And even after they warned me, I still wasn’t taking the rules very strictly, just sort of updating them when I felt my savings probably went up significantly. 2019, and then recently again, they sent me a letter which questioned my savings record, I had made a mistake.
2020,I started taking it very seriously and updating them every single days amount, for each account,
I’m probably in trouble now.
I don’t know I feel so crap.
It is just venting I don’t really want to talk about it.
I hope the consequences are not too serious.
I hope they let me know within a month or so but things are slow at the moment.
I feel so awful.
I mean one form of consequences could maybe be that they could stop me having benefits for certain amount of years and if I start working now and then covid puts me out of job I’ll have nothing to fall on to not even my parents as they’ll be living in a smaller house.
This is sort of the jist of what’s been happening.
I know I’ve not been very clever or sensible.
I have been careless.
Moral of the story
Always read your benefits guideline rules properly including consequences if they are not followed.
I hope I’m not prosecuted.
I really learnt my lesson from this.