My allowance ASPA has been suspended two months ago, due to some extended stay abroad, still under investigation. According to the regulations, ASPA receivers are entitled to stay abroad up to 180 days; these regulations are applicable by law.
I am not getting any money since the 26th of August 2011! I stayed in South America for 124 days; in the meanwhile a letter was sent to my home, which obviously was not replied. On my return home, last 29th of September, I sent SASPA a letter explaining the reasons why I was unable to respond to their letters and including proof of my journey such as the airlines tickets and boarding cards. Apparently this was not enough as they responded asking me for copies of all pages of my passport and evidence of my British State pension.
Letters are sometimes taking longer than 10 days to arrive inside France and therefore communications by this traditional way take forever.
Is their some higher instance to report this abusive sort of official attitude?
Some help and advise will be highly appreciated.