Henry HGet an MOT: Your MOT expires on 30 November 2015. Your local garages are Stig Motors – 0207 537 7175, Batman's Garage – 0207 790 7007, Woodseer Autos – 020 7537 2447
Tax your vehicle: You're set up to pay £225.00 automatically by Direct Debit on 30 November. This covers December 2015 to end November 2016. To change or cancel, visit www.gov.uk/make-a-sorn
Renew your passport: Remember to send your old passport to: HM Passport Office, Ref: PEX 123 456, Millburngate House, Durham City, DH97 1PA. Track your application at passportapplication.service.gov.uk/track/pex123456
Renew your passport: We haven't received your old passport. We can't process your application until we have it. Send it to HM Passport Office, Ref: PEX 123 456, Millburngate House, Durham City, DH97 1PA. Track your application at passportapplication.service.gov.uk/track/pex123456
Your G-Cloud 7 application
You need to make the supplier declaration by 3pm BST, 6 October 2015 so the services you’ve marked as complete can be considered for G-Cloud 7.
Sign in to the Digital Marketplace and complete your supplier declaration at:
Henry HClaim Carer's Allowance: Your claim is approved. You'll receive your first payment on Thursday. Your claimant number is 1234 5678.
Claim Carer's Allowance: Your claim was rejected. You can't get Carer's Allowance if you care for someone less than 35 hours a week. You can claim Carer's Credit if you care for someone over 20 hours a week: www.gov.uk/carers-credit
Ask the user to pick one primary contact method. Users don’t like duplicate notifications
Your message will be sent from your service domain, for example:
If a user sends something to a no-reply mailbox or number, we’ll send them an automated response. This is a courtesy to the user to tell them that no-one will read messages sent there, but they can use one of the normal contact channels.
You shouldn’t be able to unsubscribe from transactional notifications (for example, Confirmation or Dispatch notice)
Stop sending reminders once the user has done the thing
Links in emails and texts are useful for users, but they can also pose a phishing risk.
To include linksyou’ll have to show that the level of risk is appropriate. For example, if you send a tax reminder and include a link to where the user can pay tax, that’s useful. If the only risk is that someone else pays that user’s tax, that’s probably an appropriate level of risk.
Links should only be to pages on GOV.UK, preferably the transaction start page.
Personal tax account: We received your payment of £1,547.00, thank you. Your payment reference is FCC 85D. You made this payment on 14 April 2015 at 4:11pm.
Henry HRenew your passport: We received your old passport, thanks. You'll get your new passport by 15 November. Track your application at passportapplication.service.gov.uk/track/pex123456
Claim Carer's Allowance: We received your application, thanks. Your reference number is 1234 5678. If eligible, you'll receive your first payment on 12 November.
Tax your vehicle: You paid £225.00 automatically by Direct Debit, thank you. Your payment reference is 0987 6543. This covers December 2015 to end November 2016. To get a refund, visit www.gov.uk/vehicle-tax-refun