My job seekers allowance did not go into bank
my money should have been deposited on 18 feb 2011 and it wasn't, who can i contact?
You should have been issued with a card that has telephone numbers and contact addresses. The people that deal with Job Seekers is the benefits and pensions department in Glasgow I think it is. But if you don't have any info., then contact your local job centre who should be able to help. I think as well that they say not to worry, that JSA can be up to 48-72 hours late going in sometimes. Hope this helps.
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