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The isssue is Fidelty overpaid me on my pension not my 401k and then sent a letter to me saying that the were going to take payments for 4 months and cut my benefit to pay it back...I paid them in a money order and sent it back to where they wanted it.

Why did you have to pay them when they withheld your money for some period of time? They have your money...why would you need to pay to get it?



When I talked to the rep at the pension department they knew nothing about this letter I received...I like to file a complaint against them or get Fidelity in serious trouble.

Did you send the money order to an address that seemed like it would be that of Fidelity Investments in Boston, or was it something like "Fidelity Financial Services" or "Fidelity Money Management" in some out-of-the-way city?
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