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Have you had a letter from HMRC with the new BX9 1BX address? Did you write back to it? What happened to your letter?
BX9 1BX is an artificial post code and it’s not on the Royal Mail database. It’s a mail handling facility operated by HMRC in Bexley, Kent. Letters are opened and scanned and electronically dispatched to other HMRC offices. Occasionally, bulky items are forwarded as originals (using internal mail) to the HMRC office which is to deal with them.
In Jun 2006 we adopted a policy of sending all …
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We are now in the City of London
We have moved 500 metres, out of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets and into the City of London. On account of multiple issues with Royal Mail (see the article below) we believe that there is a better chance of the Mount Pleasant Sorting Office delivering our mail, when compared to the Whitechapel Sorting Office.
We may still encounter some problems with Royal Mail but as the City of London is such an important financial centre, we feel certain that the …
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The prepaid envelope has a hopeless address
We send correspondence to the Revenue and the VAT office by Special Delivery. Even when we do that, Royal Mail can still sometimes fail to deliver as per our earlier report!
Whilst most VAT returns are submitted by us electronically, some still have to go in on paper. We posted 4 VAT returns by Special Delivery on 30 Jul 2009 within a guaranteed delivery date of 31 July 2009. If you were affected, the …
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In order to comply with regulations, we need to be sure who our clients are. Please may we ask you to let us have one proof of ID and one proof of address?
ID – a copy of a photo driving licence or the data page from a passport.
Address – a copy of a utility bill or a personal bank statement.
If you are happy to e-mail these copies to us please feel free to do so. Alternatively (if …