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Insurance claims: no proof, but money extorted anyway

Postby Hannover » 1 decade 5 years ago (Thu Apr 01, 2004 5:33 pm)

This is a real beauty. These 'survivors' have no proof that they or their relatives had insurance policies, but they get $1000.00 each anyway. Talk about a scam.

Ofcourse, there is no evidence for '6,000,000 murdered Jews' (an alleged 12,000,000 grand total, including 'others', supposedly killed the same way...even more absurd), no evidence for 'gas chambers', and no evidence' for mass shootings as alleged either.

No wonder it's called the 'holocau$t' Industry.

- Hannover ... 02540.html
March 31, 2004
Holocaust humanitarian payments
The check is in the mail for at least 52 Washington survivors of the Nazi Holocaust who believe, but were unable to prove, they or their relatives held insurance policies that were rendered void during World War II.

Survivors who filed for these unpaid insurance policies will begin receiving "token" payments of $1,000 each this week from the International Commission on Holocaust Era Insurance Claims.

Nationally, 16,000 survivors and heirs will be receiving these $1,000 checks.

The deadline for filing Holocaust-era insurance claims to the ICHEIC expired Dec. 31, 2003. More than 400 claims for unpaid insurance policies were filed by 194 survivors and their heirs in Washington. Most claimants knew the names of the insurance companies or had traced documents proving they owned policies.

The ICHEIC predicts a resolution of all Holocaust-era insurance claims by the end of 2004, and expects all appeals to be decided by the middle of 2005.

The Humanitarian Fund was established by ICHEIC and is funded by companies participating in the ICHEIC process along with the German Foundation "Remembrance, Responsibility and Future." The process was established to acknowledge that many insurance claims from the Holocaust era cannot be matched or settled due to the ravages of war and the passage of time.

The Insurance Commissioner's Holocaust Survivors Assistance Office has been designated as ICHEIC's official contact and outreach site in Washington State. Claimants may contact the Holocaust Survivors Assistance Office at (206) 464-6828 or statewide toll free at 1-888-606-9622.
If it can't happen as alleged, then it didn't.

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