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Wednesday, March 15th, 2023, 2:06 am

Standard Life Making False Promises About Cracking Down on Pension Fraud and Embezzlement

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The Standard Cover-up
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Summary: Standard Life lied to me about investigating fraud committed in their name; to make matters worse, upon contacting them one week later (after they were supposed to get back to me) they’re still not escalating, not even getting in touch, and victims of embezzlement are running out of patience, having already lose their pensions

THE above video gives some background and plays back a conversation I had today with Standard Life. It’s a continuation of the long video (and notes) from 2 days ago. I had the phone with me throughout the above recording and Standard Life simply failed to phone me. They had already failed to contact me a week ago as the manager promised. It certainly starts looking like a pattern.

This time I play the audio without hiding the names of those accountable. Readers/viewers can probably understand why we name them publicly after months of wasted efforts and hours on the phone. The short story is, Standard Life is failing to hold people accountable, knowing embezzlement affected a lot of people. Some time in the next few days we shall explain the significance of this and the ramifications. This passivity isn’t acceptable.

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