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The DWP complaints process is available on Gov.uk and customers can contact DWP through a number of routes, by phone, in person or in writing if they are unhappy about their DWP service.
We encourage our customers, in the first instance, to raise their concerns with the part of the business they have been dealing with, as many concerns can be resolved at this point.
As customers are required to provide a national insurance number, full name and address to allow the query to be directed to the correct area of the business, we do not provide an email address as email is not a secure method of communication. Gov.uk has a portal facility which allows Jobseeker’s Allowance and Universal Credit customers to make a complaint, the portal does not ask for an email address.
As there are a number of ways to contact DWP to make a complaint, the Department does not provide freepost envelopes for customers.