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Att Cori Stewart (Storozuk) at BMO Moose Jaw Saskatchewan Canada

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Fucking Cunt, Fucking Fraud, Fucking Nazi

Fucking Cunt, Fucking Fraud, Fucking Nazi

Donna Harpauer, Minister of Social Services Saskatchewan

Donna Harpauer, Minister of Social Services
Saskatchewan

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Mail: Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation
50 O’Connor Street, 17th floor
Ottawa, Ontario
K1P 6L2 – See more at: http://www.cdic.ca/Pages/ContactUs.aspx#sthash.utNDpcpM.dpuf

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Phone:

For services in English: 1-866-461-FCAC (3222)

For services in French: 1-866-461-ACFC (2232)

For calls from the Ottawa area or from outside Canada: 613-960-4666

*Information officers are available from Monday to Friday, between 8:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., Eastern Time.

Teletypewriter (TTY): 1-866-914-6097 / 613-947-7771

Fax: 1-866-814-2224 / 613-941-1436

Mailing Address:

Financial Consumer Agency of Canada
427 Laurier Avenue West, 6th Floor
Ottawa ON K1R 1B9

Julie Dickson Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions your a fucking liar you cunt.
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Access to Information Request RE Pension Refund upon Termination

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BMO and Saskatchewan Social Services defrauded me.

BMO and Saskatchewan Social Services defrauded me.

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Scott Selig BMO Ombudsman I received your reponse. I see your a motherfucking Liar you fucking scumbag!!

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Subject: Pension Refund upon Termination RE: Discrepancy over amount deposited to locked-in Federal retirement vehicle (RRSP)
Date: Fri, 9 Oct 2009 10:02:14 -0700
Canada Revenue Agency
Danielle Jean-Venne
Access to Information and Privacy Coordinator
danielle.jean-venne@cra-arc.gc.ca
And
Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada
info@privcom.gc.ca
To Whom It May Concern:
On May 16, 1996 Canada Pacific Rail forwarded a final value of $22,021.23 to a locked-in retirement vechicle at the Bank of Montreal.
My concern: is that; there is a discrepancy from the amount that Canada Pacific Rail sent to Bank of Montreal and the actual amount that was invested to Bank of Montrreal. That is that Canada Pacific, states they sent a final value of $22,021.23 to a locked-in retirement vechicle at the Bank of Montreal. However, my receipt signed by Cori Stewart on March 22, 1996 of Bank Of Montreal, 2nd Floor-1216-10th Avenue Calgary AB, Canada and by Karen Pringle Bank Of Montreal, Moose Jaw Saskatchewan states there was a deposit of $ 19,790.77 on January 8, 1996.
As per The Access to Information Act, could please account for this discrepancy and send me orginal copies of the actual amount invested at The Bank Of Montreal in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan on May 16, 1996.
Sincerely,
Tim Tremblay
timtremblay@hotmail.com
CC: bmo.ombudsman@bmo.com, extcomm@osfi-bsif.gc.ca, invest@bmo.com,
pension_services_help@cpr.ca

Dear Mr. Tremblay:
Thank you for your email of January 27, 2008, concerning your locked-in RRSP.
The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) is responsible for the regulation and supervision of federally registered private pension plans. We monitor and examine financial institutions for solvency, liquidity and safety and soundness.
The issue you raise does not fall within OSFI’s jurisdiction.
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) administers tax laws for the Government of Canada and for most provinces and territories.Therefore, you may wish to contact the CRA with your questions.Their Web site is located at http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca.
I trust that thisinformation will be of assistance.
Sincerely,
Nancy Desormeaux
Correspondence Officer
Our reference: 855-158208
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Dear Mr. Tremblay:
Thank you for contacting the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) concerning your locked-in RRSP with the Canadian Western Bank and your dealings with The Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD Canada Trust) and the Bank of Montreal (BMO).
First, I would like to provide you with information about who we are and what we do. FCAC protects and educates consumers by:
·Making sure that banks, federal loan and trust companies, and federal insurance companies obey certain laws that protect consumers called consumer provisions.
·Monitoring agreed-upon codes of conduct and public commitments made by these same institutions.
·Informing Canadians about financial services and products and about their rights.
·Telling consumers who they can contact if they have problems that FCAC does not deal with.
This being said, FCAC does not have jurisdiction over the rules that govern locked-in RRSPs. However, with respect to your questions about the third party that put a hold on your RRSP, you may wish to address your concerns to both TD Canada Trust and BMO through their complaint-handling processes. Banks are required by law to have in place a complaint-handling process to help resolve disputes between consumers and their financial institutions. This process includes a third-party dispute-resolution body called the Ombudsman for Banking Services and Investments. Here are the direct links to the complaint-handling processes for TD Canada Trust : www.fcac-acfc.gc.ca/eng/consumers/Complaints/CHPInstitution_e.asp?id=B42and BMO www.fcac-acfc.gc.ca/eng/consumers/Complaints/CHPInstitution_e.asp?id=B8.
You also ask whether your federally locked-in RRSP is protected under the federal Pension Benefits Standards Act as well as under the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation, and I noted that these concerns were addressed by the Canadian Western Bank in its reply to you. However, you may wish to confirm this information with the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) who is the regulator of federally regulated pension plans and with Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation.
You can contact OSFI by calling 1-800-385-8647 (toll-free), by sending a fax to (613) 990-5591, by e-mailing info@osfi-bsif.gc.ca, or by writing to:
Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions
255 Albert Street
Ottawa ON K1A 0H2
You can contact CDIC by calling 1-800-461-2342 (toll-free) or (613) 992-7124, by e-mailing info@cdic.ca, by sending a fax to (613) 996-6095, or by writing to:
Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation
17th Floor
50 O’Connor Street
PO Box 2340 Station D
Ottawa ON K1P 5W5
Thank you once more for bringing your concerns to our attention. I trust the information I have provided proves helpful.
Sincerely,
Luanne Larose
Inquiries Officer
Consumer Services Division
Subject: RE: My GIC-RRSP
Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2007 15:58:41 -0400
From: info@osfi-bsif.gc.ca
To: timtremblay@hotmail.comClassification: UNCLASSIFIED – LOW SENSITIVITY / NON CLASSIFIÉ – DE NATURE PEU DÉLICATE
Dear Mr. Tremblay:
Thank you for your email of September 26, 2007, regarding your locked-in RRSP with the Canadian Western Trust (CWT).
The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) is responsible for the regulation and supervision of federally registered private pension plans. The applicable legislation with respect to a pension plan depends on the nature of the work, business or undertaking being performed. The Pension Benefits Standards Act (PBSA) applies to federal undertakings such as banking, airlines, telecommunications, interprovincial and international transportation. If you would like to provide us with the originating pension plan name, and registration number if available, we would be able to confirm that your RRSP funds are indeed administered under the federal PBSA.
Under the PBSA, a pension benefit cannot be seized as long as it remains in a pension plan or in a locked-in vehicle such as a locked-in RRSP. However, in the case of a marriage breakdown, pension assets can be subject to applicable provincial property laws, and the PBSA permits the division of pension assets by court order or written agreement under these laws.
Without any more information, it is not clear at this time how OSFI may be of further assistance. If you would like to write to us again with your specific questions, we would be happy to look into your request at that time.
Sincerely,
Lise Snelson
Correspondence Officer / Agente de la correspondance
Communications and Public Affairs / Communications et affaires publiques
Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions Canada / Bureau du surintendant des institutions financières Canada
1-800-385-8647
Good afternoon Mr. Tremblay,Thank you for contacting Publishing and Depository Services.  We believe your email has been misdirected.   Publishing and Depository Services is the Government of Canada’s official publisher, administrator of Crown Copyright and makes federal government publications available to Canadians.If you are attempting to contact the Office of the Prime Minister, here is a link to the website contact page:http://pm.gc.ca/eng/contact.asp?featureId=10You also included the Surrey Tax Office information in your request to us.  Please feel free to contact Canada Revenue Agency for additional information.http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/contact/phone-e.htmlWe hope this information is helpful to you.Thank you,Customer Relations / Relations clientèle
Publishing and Depository Services / Les Éditions et Services de dépôt
Consulting, Information and Shared Services Branch (CISSB) / Direction générale des conseils, de l’information et des services partagés (DGCISP)
Public Works and Government Services Canada / Travaux publics et Services gouvernementaux Canada Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0S5Telephone / Téléphone : 1-800-635-7943 (Canada and the United States) or  (613) 941-5995
Facsimile / Télécopieur : 1-800-565-7757 (Canada and the United States) or (613) 954-5779
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Dear Mr. Tremblay:

Thank you for contacting the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) regarding your Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) with the Bank of Montreal (BMO).

FCAC protects and informs consumers by:

  • Making sure that banks, federal loan and trust companies, and federal insurance companies obey certain laws that protect consumers calledconsumer provisions.
  • Monitoring agreed-upon codes of conduct and public commitments made by these same institutions and by network operators.
  • Informing Canadians about financial services and products and about their rights.
  • Telling consumers who they can contact if they have problems that FCAC does not deal with.

Please note that the day-to-day operations and decisions of banks in Canada are not regulated by FCAC. Banks determine their own internal policies and guidelines with respect to the servicing of customers, accounts and the products they offer.

That being said,when you open an RRSP account at a federally regulated financial institution, the institution must provide you in writing with certain information about your account and how it will work. This includes:

  • a copy of the account agreement within seven business days after the account is opened
  • information about all charges applicable to the account
  • information about how you will be notified of any increase in those charges and of any new charges applicable to the account
  • information on the financial institution’s complaint-handling procedures.

For more information, you may view the section of our website entitledRegistered products: Your rights and responsibilities atwww.fcac-acfc.gc.ca/Eng/forConsumers/topics/yourRights/Pages/Register-Produits.aspx

If you believe that your bank is not following the regulations as described above, please provide our office with additional details so that we may look into the matter further.

In the meantime, since FCAC is not a dispute-resolution agency for consumers in their individual dealings with financial institutions, you should continue to raise your concerns with the bank directly by using its complaint-handling process. All banks must have a process to help resolve disputes with their customers. This process includes an independent external complaints body. Keep in mind that you must follow all steps of the process in sequential order.FCAC has the complaint-handling process for the BMO on its website atwww.fcac-acfc.gc.ca/Eng/resources/lodgeComplaint/Pages/Complain-Outilder-1.aspx?CHPID=75.

Also, note that provincial and territorial governments are responsible for regulating other aspects of the securities industry. In British Columbia, you may wish to contact the BC Securities Commission (BCSC), which is responsible for regulating the province’s investment sector. You can contact BCSC by phone at1-800-373-6393 (toll-free) or 604-899-6854 (local), by fax at604-899-6506, by email atinquiries@bcsc.bc.caor in writing at:

British Columbia Securities Commission
701 West Georgia Street
P.O. Box 10142, Pacific Centre
Vancouver, BC V7Y 1L2

You can also visit its website atwww.bcsc.bc.ca. ​

You may also be interested to know that the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) is the national self-regulatory organization which oversees all investment dealers and trading activity on debt and equity marketplaces in Canada. You can contact IIROC by phone at 1-877-442-4322 (toll-free), by email at InvestorInquiries@iiroc.ca or in writing at:

IIROC
Suite 2000, 121 King Street West
Toronto, ON M5H 3T9

You can also visit its website at www.iiroc.ca.​

To learn more about FCAC or the federal laws that protect financial consumers, or to read our publications online, you can visit our website atitpaystoknow.gc.ca. If you have any questions, please call us at 1-866-461-3222 (toll-free).

Again, on behalf of FCAC, thank you for writing. I trust the information I have given you will be helpful.

Sincerely,

Karine Villeneuve

Consumer Service Representative | Représentante du service aux consommateurs

Marketing and Communications Division | Direction de marketing et communications

Financial Consumer Agency of Canada | Agence de la consommation en matière financière du Canada

427 Laurier Ave. West, Ottawa ON K1R 1B9 | 427, av Laurier Ouest, Ottawa, ON K1R 1B9
Info@fcac-acfc.gc.ca
Telephone 1-866-461-3222 (toll free) | Téléphone 1-866-461-2232 (sans frais)

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Teletypewriter | Téléimprimeur 1-866-914-6097
Government of Canada | Gouvernement du Canada

Ombudsman for Banking Services

401 Bay Street

Suite 1505, P.O. Box 5

M5H 21Y4

Telephone: 1-888-451-4519

Facsimile: 1-888-422-2865

E-mail: ombudsman@obsi

May 27, 2014

Regarding my complaint against BMO Financial. May 21, 1996 Canadian Pacific Railway transfer my locked-in pension to the Bank of Montreal in the amount of $22,021.23. It is evident that Cori (Stewart) Storozuk defrauded me of federal pension funds in excess of $2200.00 Canadian funds, protected by a federal act. Pension Benefits Standards Act 1985. Her first withdrawal of my pension funds occured between May 21, 1996 and June 16, 2000. Also the Bank of Montreal released the amount of $27,000.00 on or approximately April or May of 2006 to a unidentified third party. The third partyies included the Ministry of Employment and Income Assistance now known as the Ministry of Housing and Social Development in Victoria BC Canada and the Government of Saskatchewan Ministry of Social Services. Please take the time to review the pictures of my personal information from May 21, 1996 to May 6, 2006.

Sincerely,

Tim Tremblay

On Fri, May 30, 2014 at 2:53 PM, Tim Tremblay <timtremblay1@gmail.com> wrote:

———- Forwarded message ———- From: Mail Delivery Subsystem <mailer-daemon@googlemail.com> Date: Tue, May 27, 2014 at 10:33 AM Subject: Delivery Status Notification (Failure) To: timtremblay1@gmail.com
Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently:
bmo.ombudsman@bmo.com
———- Forwarded message ———- From: Tim Tremblay <timtremblay1@gmail.com> Date: Thu, May 15, 2014 at 2:30 PM Subject: RRSP #25601824 To: ofsi <information@osfi-bsif.gc.ca>
Ombudsman for Banking Services 401 Bay Street Suite 1505, P.O. Box 5 M5H 21Y4 Telephone: 1-888-451-4519 Facsimile: 1-888-422-2865 E-mail: ombudsman@obsi
May 27, 2014
Regarding my complaint against BMO Financial. May 21, 1996 Canadian Pacific Railway transfer my locked-in pension to the Bank of Montreal in the amount of $22,021.23. It is evident that Cori (Stewart) Storozuk defrauded me of federal pension funds in excess of $2200.00 Canadian funds, protected by a federal act. Pension Benefits Standards Act 1985. Her first withdrawal of my pension funds occured between May 21, 1996 and June 16, 2000. Also the Bank of Montreal released the amount of $27,000.00 on or approximately April or May of 2006 to a unidentified third party. The third partyies included the Ministry of Employment and Income Assistance now known as the Ministry of Housing and Social Development in Victoria BC Canada and the Government of Saskatchewan Ministry of Social Services. Please take the time to review the pictures of my personal information from May 21, 1996 to May 6, 2006.
Sincerely,
Tim Tremblay

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CommPub Info <CommunicationsandPublicAffairs@cdic.ca>

Jun 2 (2 days ago)
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Dear Tim Tremblay,

Thank you for your e-mail of May 30, 2014.

CDIC is a federal Crown corporation created by Parliament in 1967 to insure eligible deposits at member financial institutionsin case of their failure.

CDIC does not cover funds that are lost during a bank transfer.

The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) provides consumers with accurate and objective information about financial products and services, and informs Canadians of their rights and responsibilities when dealing with financial institutions. FCAC also ensures compliance with the federal consumer protection laws that apply to banks and federally incorporated trust, loan and insurance companies.

If a customer service representative at the banks in questions are unable to rectify the issue, you may write to FCAC at the following mailing address, 427 Laurier Avenue West, 6th Floor, Ottawa, Ontario, K1R 1B9, or contact their toll-free information line at 1-866-461-3222.

For more information on CDIC and deposit insurance, you may wish to visit CDIC’s Web site atwww.cdic.ca , or call CDIC’s toll-free information line at 1-800-461-2342.

Regards,

Jeams Cherestal

Communications Agent

Please Note CDIC does not provide legal advice to third parties and does not issue rulings on the interpretation or application of the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation Act (“CDIC Act”), its by-laws, or any related legislation. These are legal matters for which only the courts can provide decisive answers. This reply is subject to those caveats.

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