So in this series of posts I am investigating SUNY Albany’s clerical error in the hopes they don’t believe in fraudulent practices, and will resolve the matter forthwith.
Essentially SUNY Albany and I parted ways in 2017, and this meant all economic contributions and salary, etc.
However they made a clerical error and left money in my name in a retirement account, with my social security number, that’s making money.
So what’s the issue?
It’s fraud !
SUNY is not authorizing TIAA to release the money, even though they cut ties with me back in 2017.
When interviewed about the matter Dr. Adams stated
“They bullied and abused me, and then they said leave. Not only that, they are still earning money in my name.”
That was an interview with a reporter, as I have since contacted the NY attorney general’s office about the matter
So as promised I will start posting these affairs publicly until I am allowed to transfer the money.
This is the original email to SUNY Albany retirement office
“I am emailing this office in hopes that I can get in contact with someone regarding SUNY retirement issues. Apparently I have some money left in a SUNY retirement account that was promised to me upon separation from SUNY. Repeated attempts indicate that SUNY retirement office is not responding to TIAA-Cref regarding the money transfer The reason I bring this to your attention is that, essentially SUNY is holding money in a retirement account in my name which is accruing market value rates even though I am no longer working for that agency. Given the lack of response by SUNY one can imagine the intent is for SUNY to make money off a “ghost” account which is an illegal activity I would like to work with either the attorney generals office or the state in resolving this matters, as I will not tolerate someone using my name to gain profit or benefit for an organization I no longer work for
We all hope this was a clerical error, however my company will keep on this issue until all of the money (~$85.00 is returned to me, and the account has a zero balance)
Thank you for your time.”
See updated post, on our website about the updated status of this story.