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Subject: Re: Pension Plan Date: 7/4/2001 7:45 AM
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MDGrabhorn writes,

If you want your benefits reviewed for accuracy, you can also visit my website at www.pensionrecovery.com

Good luck to you.

MDGrabhorn, CFP
www.pensionrecovery.com

I would be happy to review your benefit calcs for accuracy.


A quick visit to the pensionrecovery.com web site revealed that the fee for this service is 35% of any additional pension benefits you collect. It would likely be far cheaper to pay someone by the hour to make the calculation for you.

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