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There are "whistle-blower" laws that protect employees who report wrongdoing from being targeted. Still, if that's how you feel about your company, you should start looking for another job.

I think that trying to hide behind anonymity:
a) will be ineffective at preserving your employment, and
b) will cause your employere and PWBA to take your complaint less seriously.

You should also be looking for a good lawyer who specializes in pensions and the whistleblower laws.
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