Actually Campaign Against Tax Credit Overpayments

We can't do all of the campaigning by ourselves, so we're asking everyone who visits this site to actually campaign against Tax Credit overpayments. How? Well, the easiest way is by spreading the word about TCC, then letting our website do the rest!

If you're a member of Facebook, MySpace, Twitter or any other social networking site, please consider posting some details about Tax Credit Casualties and asking each of your online friends to do the same. To make this as easy as possible for you, there are sharing and bookmarking buttons at the bottom of every page on this site.

Online forums and blogs are also great places to tell people about TCC, especially those about money, current affairs, mothers groups and similar topics. If you can post on them, here's an example of what you could write:

Tax Credit Casualties are a user group run by and for people who have been treated badly by the Tax Credit system, particularly with overpayments that are now being unfairly clawed back, or demanded through debt recovery processes. You can contact them at

Also, if you have to register to post a comment, there is normally a section of your profile where you can tell people the address of your website. If you don't have one of your own, why not type in TCC's web address ( The advantage is, every time you post on that forum, you leave a link back to our website. So it helps with our search engine rankings, as well as helping the people on that forum.

It's important that you know we're not asking you to do these things for any other reason than to help others. The fact that we refuse to allow any adverts on the website is proof of that. The more visitors we have to the site, the more people we help and the bigger group voice we have to help in our campaign against Tax Credit overpayments.

This is not an exhaustive list, of course, but if as many of us as possible do some of these things, or something similar, we will be well on our way to securing our goal of a Tax Credit Overpayment Amnesty.