||BY REGISTERED POST
Ms Andrea Mcgee
The Pension Centre
Mail Opening Unit
PO Box 42
Dear Ms Magee
RE: ATTACHED COMPLETED PENSION CREDIT FORM DATED MAY 17th
Thank you for your letter dated May 10th 2018.
Attached please find my completed Pension Credit Form dated May 17th
2018. In connection
with this form it would be much appreciated if you would please take
into account the statements in the following four notes, the first two
of which are referred to on my completed Pension Credit Form:
As indicated in your May 10th letter, the original deadline for completion of my
Pension Credit Form has been extended from May 7th 2018 to May 24th 2018. For the time
being, and although your letter of May 10th makes no mention of it, I
assume this extension was granted in response to my email addressed to
"The Officer in Charge, Northern Ireland Pension Service"
dated April 30th 2018, which was titled "Request for concession". In
case that for any reason you might be unaware of my April 30th 2018
email to your office, please know that there is a copy of it at the following www
As stated in my April 30th 2018 email at the www location immediately above, I
do not in reality have any savings when account is taken of the overall
amount of money I now owe to my brother (Gerald Finnerty) and my half-sister
(Marjorie Dolan), which I have borrowed from them in a series of loans
-- amounting to €90,600 in total -- which were taken out against my home in
County Galway, in the Republic of Ireland. As the period of time in the
extension I have been granted in your May 10th letter is not long enough
for me to try to have the loans in question secured against my home, I
wish to just simply list my assets and my liabilities, as set out
ASSETS: MONEY IN MY BANK ACCOUNTS, AND MY HOME IN COUNTY GALWAY:
1) First Trust Bank, 8 High Street, Omagh, County Tyrone, BT78 1BH.
a) Current Account: £*****. Please see Statement #1 attached.
b) Visa Account: £******. Please see Statement #2 attached.
c) ISA Account: £******. Lump-sum
pension payment plus £**** interest. Please see Statement #3 attached.
2) AIB Bank, Dunlo St, Ballinasloe, County Galway, Republic of
Euro Current Account: €********. Please see Statement #4 attached.
3) Bank of Ireland, Main Street, Ballinasloe, County Galway, H53
Euro Current Account (Number 2399859): €*******. Please see
Statement #5 attached.
4) Ulster Bank, 365/369 Ormeau Road, Belfast, BT7 3GP.
Current Account: £**. Please see Statement #6 attached.
5) AIB, 3rd Floor, 1 Adelaide Road, Dublin 2, Republic of Ireland.
Fixed Deposit Sterling Account:
Please see Statement #7 attached.
6) Home in New Inn, Ballinasloe, County Galway, Republic of Ireland
For additional information on my home in County Galway, which has gone derelict,
please refer to Section 2 of the letter I sent through the registered
post to your office on October 15th 2015, a scanned copy of which can be
viewed at the following www location:
As referred to in my email to your office dated April 30th 2018 (referred
to above), the above sum of €90,600
has been borrowed by me, over the past 11 years or so, through the
use of a series of unsecured loans. I now feel I should have another try at
having these loans secured, in the belief that if I can succeed in
having them secured against my home in County Galway,
they will not be treated as savings (of mine) by your office, and by
some other Northern Ireland Government Offices, such as the Housing
Executive for example: which is how I
understand they have been treated in the past, and up to the present
I would greatly
appreciate it if you could please advice me on this matter of I
thinking about "securing the loans" against my home, which I need to repay to my brother and half-sister,
as outlined in the paragraph just above.
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Overall sum of money owed by me to my brother Gerald Finnerty, and my half-sister Marjorie
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LIABILITIES VERSUS ASSETS
Assuming an exchange rate of 87 pence Sterling for each Euro, it can
be seen from the above figures that my liabilities exceed my assets by
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Finally, I feel I should point out that I am still suffering from the
chronic PTSD / C-PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder / Complex-Post
Traumatic Stress Disorder) referred to in the attached copy of the "To
Whom It May Concern" letter dated October 28th 2005, written by Dr
Michael McCavert GP.
On May 4th last I sent an email to Dr David Cheyne, my present GP,
requesting an update for Dr McCavert's "To Whom It May Concern" letter
of October 28th 2005. A copy of the email in question can be viewed at
the following www location:
a) Completed Pension Credit Form dated May 17th 2018,
b) Copies of seven bank statements,
c) Copy of "To Whom It May Concern" letter dated October 28th 2005
written by Dr Michael McCavert GP.
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