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Claiming disturbance allowence on JPA

kirsty_louise

Midshipman
Hey guys.

Does anyone know how to claim disturbance on JPA...apparently you just bang it in...but thats easier said than done with my hubby, its to much of a task for him to bang it in so i have to find out how he does for him...

(disturbance for moving home)
Thanks in advance
 

tommo

War Hero
His UPO would be the best option.

I can't help you I'm still learning JPA myself to be honest. When I rejoined I was just given a login and told to crack on. My current UPO have been good enough to sit down and go through things.
 

JonnoJonno

Banned
kirsty_louise said:
Hey guys.

Does anyone know how to claim disturbance on JPA...apparently you just bang it in...but thats easier said than done with my hubby, its to much of a task for him to bang it in so i have to find out how he does for him...

(disturbance for moving home)
Thanks in advance

You must really love him!
 

Drakey

War Hero
Can I have some disturbance allowance as I now feel disturbed due to the fact that you have to ask on an internet forum on behalf of you husband who can't be bothered. How much am I entitled to.
 

JonnoJonno

Banned
Don't bother with JPA. Do it in writing using his name.

I've attached his signature below, to lend authenticity to the letter:
 
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guestm

Guest
kirsty_louise said:
Hey guys.

Does anyone know how to claim disturbance on JPA...apparently you just bang it in...but thats easier said than done with my hubby, its to much of a task for him to bang it in so i have to find out how he does for him...

(disturbance for moving home)
Thanks in advance

Is he blind or just a halfwit?
 

Graf

Lantern Swinger
So it's too much of a task for him to click on the words "Disturbance Allowance Claim" and answer 9 questions,
5 of which are yes/no questions,
1 is a pick from the list question,
1 is pick a date question,
and the last 2 involve typing in a number

There's even a "Disturbance Allowance Help" Button if he's having difficulties...
 

sgtpepperband

War Hero
Book Reviewer
Graf: You're assuming that the said user can remember his log-on username and password, having not accessed JPA for over 6 months..?! :shock:
 

JonnoJonno

Banned
sgtpepperband said:
Graf: You're assuming that the said user can remember his log-on username and password, having not accessed JPA for over 6 months..?! :shock:

It's written in crayon on the back of his MOD90.
 

Graf

Lantern Swinger
sgtpepperband said:
Graf: You're assuming that the said user can remember his log-on username and password, having not accessed JPA for over 6 months..?! :shock:

Username is service number + first 5 letters of surname & Password can be reset with one phone call :)
 

sgtpepperband

War Hero
Book Reviewer
Graf said:
sgtpepperband said:
Graf: You're assuming that the said user can remember his log-on username and password, having not accessed JPA for over 6 months..?! :shock:

Username is service number + first 5 letters of surname & Password can be reset with one phone call :)

Cheers, bullet - I am well aware of how to do it myself. I was referring to the RM user in the OP... :roll:
 

Graf

Lantern Swinger
sgtpepperband said:
Graf said:
sgtpepperband said:
Graf: You're assuming that the said user can remember his log-on username and password, having not accessed JPA for over 6 months..?! :shock:

Username is service number + first 5 letters of surname & Password can be reset with one phone call :)

Cheers, bullet - I am well aware of how to do it myself. I was referring to the RM user in the OP... :roll:

And my responce was for the benefit of the RM user in the OP :p
 

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