DEAR HARRY: I'm writing to you as a last resort. I have tried to get an attorney to take my case, but they either refused or charged a fee that I cannot afford. I worked for a company for more than 15 years ending in 1995. I retired late last year and called the company to inquire about getting my pension.
I was told that they sent me a check back in 1993 to cover all the money in the plan. I was still employed there in 1993 and made contributions until 1995, so I was not entitled to a check, nor did I ever get one.