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Thoughts and prayers

Ballston Spa, NY

#21 Mar 23, 2008
I'll make one thing clear right off the bat, I'm not here to gloat or ridicule your company. I work for the competition and we all know the workers at Quebecor are just like us with families and mortages. We are all mindful of that fact and the fact that there but by the grace of god go us. We hope things turn around for the workers and the families. God Bless.
Ky silver

Frankfort, KY

#22 Oct 12, 2008
Hey guys, Versailles Ky here, Did you know that your retirement is not safe at all. No you can not draw money in a lump sum. I yes they can reduce what you can draw. Now check Quebecor World bankruptsy and see how much they are going to pay there management for a job well done, 42,000,000 dollars. This is to be divided up for about 250 - 300 mamagers. look it up notify your senator or representive. The bankruptsy judge is Peck, New York. Sorry guys and ladies we are going to loose again. Please look into it this is you only shot.
Once A Q worker

United States

#23 Oct 13, 2008
Ky silver wrote:
Hey guys, Versailles Ky here, Did you know that your retirement is not safe at all. No you can not draw money in a lump sum. I yes they can reduce what you can draw. Now check Quebecor World bankruptsy and see how much they are going to pay there management for a job well done, 42,000,000 dollars. This is to be divided up for about 250 - 300 mamagers. look it up notify your senator or representive. The bankruptsy judge is Peck, New York. Sorry guys and ladies we are going to loose again. Please look into it this is you only shot.
I got my pension after 27 yrs, I may spend it all in place each month, 271 dollars a month, alot isn t it, what a joke, it may buy me some gas. have a nice day
9 Lives

Orlando, FL

#24 Oct 21, 2008
your pension money is not safe. trust me, I quit and they kept screwing me around with my pension which by the way is NOT 100% fully funded. Check it out.

Since: Oct 08

Sussex, WI

#25 Oct 23, 2008
Yes $42,000,000 sounds like a lot of money, but if you divide that by 300 it comes out to $140,000 per person which is a comparable salary with benefits and weighted salary.
a little bit of tennessee

Roanoke, AL

#26 Feb 6, 2009
i just got my qw pension plan papers and they are really going to miss you up i worked for 15 years and all i will get is 44.12 a monlth for the rest of my life that is if i live that long no lump sums and if you die your spouse gets half of that so i added it up if i make it to 62 i will only get around 10.000.00 half of what i have in there so where will the rest of my money go i put money in there for aver 12 years and the day they ended it they said you can get your money at any time but they also send a paper saying as of 1-12-08 you could not get a lump sumwhy didn`t anyone tell me about it .to tell the truth i should just quit then i would of got a lump sum this is crazy because even if you finelly got away from quebecor world they are still giving you a good screwing
help in nevada

Modesto, CA

#27 Sep 15, 2009
im still trying to get my pension they wont answer any calls any ideas out there
JKfatboy

Ware, MA

#28 Sep 15, 2009
help in nevada wrote:
im still trying to get my pension they wont answer any calls any ideas out there
No need to worry we will take care of you. LMAO
Greg A

Waterloo, IA

#30 Oct 15, 2009
Any help would be appreciated - I worked for WCP in Effingham, IL for 10 yrs (1978-1988) and was vested in pension plan. Now trying to get my retirement portfolio in order and need info on who to contact to get info on where this pension now is since WCP is no longer in business. I'm sure this is going to be an uphill battle and they are counting on me giving up but I'm going to pursue it so any help that anyone out there can give me would be very much appreciated. Thanks in advance!
henry

Bunker Hill, IL

#31 Oct 15, 2009
if you were in union,contact gciu
geewhiz

Toronto, Canada

#33 Oct 15, 2009
Greg A wrote:
Any help would be appreciated - I worked for WCP in Effingham, IL for 10 yrs (1978-1988) and was vested in pension plan. Now trying to get my retirement portfolio in order and need info on who to contact to get info on where this pension now is since WCP is no longer in business. I'm sure this is going to be an uphill battle and they are counting on me giving up but I'm going to pursue it so any help that anyone out there can give me would be very much appreciated. Thanks in advance!
check any old statements you may have, see about any administrators ,or which union you were in.....if its strictly a company pension.....call a lawyer
Tryin 2 b civil

Anoka, MN

#34 Oct 15, 2009
friend of mine recieved pension papers before me even though she worked there for less time than I and (alphabetically) her name is behind mine... Hmmm
I called the help line 1-877-532-4329
Listened to the message (which blows me off) about how they're struggling to keep up with inquireys and that they will meet the Oct 15th deadline of mailing pension information.
Have I spent 28 years of my life with a company (of which I adored) only to realize they don't care?!
Tryin 2 b civil

Anoka, MN

#35 Oct 15, 2009
Fax Bob McDocanald (sp ???) 1-866-859-3701
I believe one of his servants name is Ryan Walker
geewhiz

Toronto, Canada

#36 Oct 15, 2009
Tryin 2 b civil wrote:
friend of mine recieved pension papers before me even though she worked there for less time than I and (alphabetically) her name is behind mine... Hmmm
I called the help line 1-877-532-4329
Listened to the message (which blows me off) about how they're struggling to keep up with inquireys and that they will meet the Oct 15th deadline of mailing pension information.
Have I spent 28 years of my life with a company (of which I adored) only to realize they don't care?!
the answer to the last question is YESSSSSS!!!!
Tryin 2 b civil

Anoka, MN

#37 Oct 15, 2009
QW Dumbass wrote:
Yes $42,000,000 sounds like a lot of money, but if you divide that by 300 it comes out to $140,000 per person which is a comparable salary with benefits and weighted salary.
As conservative as I am I could pay off my mortgage with that plus help a neighbor.
Tryin 2 b civil

Anoka, MN

#38 Oct 15, 2009
geewhiz wrote:
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the answer to the last question is YESSSSSS!!!!
Thanks... I needed that! Wow! I was amazed by the phychology of recent administration. They don't care about production and expedition of it rather they care about "attitude" and "How we get along w/others". I brought up an idea of imposition descrepency in order to make others aware of something bad to "look out for". I was told "I couldn't care less about imposition.. I don't even know what imposition is!" She then followed through with "You have attitude.. I don't like your attitude."

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