Is it possible to ask HMRC to reimburse costs of letters sent to them by courier?
It is recommended to send certified letters to HMRC as they seem to lose some letters. Certain individuals can't use online services (Getaway) and certain services are not available online.
HMRC does not provide an email address.
HMRC seem to respond some letters "without responding" and without understanding so they require a follow up.
In this context there could be huge costs when using a courier to communicate with them. Could these costa be recovered from them and how?