Does anyone have any experience of applying for one of these cards? Is it genuine? I have applied for one this afternoon for my daughter and now have reasons to believe it could be a scam
I have seen this advertised before but I am not sure if businesses etc recognise them.
There is another one too called the access card
Again, I am not sure people will know what it is if you show it to them.]
If you like films there is a cool cinema card where you can take someone with you for free if you need a ‘carer’.
I hope this helps
I got the DID card for my brother and it has been accepted. For the cinema though, we have to use his CEA card as they don’t accept anything else. I haven’t had any security concerns with it and the application process was smooth. In fact, I realised that I was eligible too so got myself one as well.
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