CPP won't tell decision over the phone


#1

CPP wont tell decision over the phone…They say decision has been made but are not elaborating on it. Does it mean it is denied? Anyone else with similar experience


#2

The status online might be up to date.
http://www.servicecanada.gc.ca/eng/online/mysca.shtml


#3

thank you jammer,
I ve already checked online and have been checking constantly but no updates as of yet. I even went to Service Canada nearby location and have been advised the same. I guess I just have to wait for that piece of mail to come.


#4

Keep checking the Service Canada site. Expect the worst and hope for the best. If it is a denial you can appeal. 60% are denied first try–and if you are younger than 50 then I think the denial rate is higher. Did your Insurer ask you to apply for CPP-D and then terminate your claim? Did they make you sign the irrevocable forms for CPP-D?


#5

Yes they asked me to apply and then terminated benefits a of this month. I have signed irrevocable forms so I am not sure if there is a way to withdraw my consent and cut them off from accessing CPP if it is approved


#6

Point that out to your lawyer–that was just a cash grab on their part!


#7

I would assume the irrevocable consent would be nullified when they cut you off but it’d be interesting to hear a legal opinion.
On the other had the insurance company was paying you during the period the retro CPP-D will be for.
Morally, I think they should lose the automatic retro CPP-D because they cut you off.


#8

No jammer–it is irrevocable. Once signed it is a done deal-no backing out.


#9

Actually…it can be revoked if the insurer agrees to do so. We recently negotiated a case where part of the settlement was that the insurer agree to revoke the irrevocable CPP form. I doubt you could ever get them to agree to this outside of a lawsuit settlement.


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#10

That is the response my husband got when he called and 2 days later he got a letter stating he was denied.