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Refund Form 1424 - Payer and Applicant Different

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Hello everyone,

I am not the Payer (used my brother C.C), the problem is on the last page, they ask (form 1424):


1: " You must provide a clear and well-supported reason for requesting a refund "

and then they also


2: I declare that:

• I am the original payer named in Question 1 or, if the original payer

is deceased, I am the authorised person named in Question 18.

** [sIGN]**


Problem is i am filling the form, It's perfectly good if money goes back in my brother C.C, but it seems i need to get the sign from the Payer (which i can) but the "reason of Refund" i need to enter is of mine, and there is no where I have to sign (applicant)


It's quite confusing for me. Is it ok if i fill the form, and get his sign? or should i sign myself?

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You are over thinking this, just put the reason down.


Are you sure you have grounds for a refund? They don't give them very often..

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The payer is generally the one who requests the refund, or someone authorised on their behalf (e.g. executor of the estate if the payer is deceased). If you used your brother's credit card, then he should sign question 17 and you put your details in question 18.

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