If you’re angry at the way 50s born women have been treated regarding their State Pension, make a formal complaint to the Department for Works and Pensions.
If you didn’t get a letter telling you your Statutory Pension Age was increasing, tell them. If you would have made different choices had you know you wouldn’t receive your pension at 60, tell them. If you have lost years of your State Pension, tell them.
DOWNLOAD A TEMPLATE LETTER:
You can download a template letter here where you can edit to suit your personal circumstances.
If you would like a template letter sent to you, please phone 01269 597 677 or fill in your details below.
If you need help to complete the letter, please let us know by contacting the above number and we can arrange for a local WASPI campaigner to assist you. Full guidance on making complaint is available here: http://waspi.co.uk/action