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Posted 13 December 2015 - 02:17 PM

In early 2003, I lodged a complaint to the ACC Complaints person, that being a Steve Wagner (who is now employed by the Inland Revenue Dept), regarding a very disturbing entry made onto my ACC file by my then Case Manager, Linda Watling.

Linda Watling had written, for all to see who read the file, that I had allegedly left a message on her voice mail ... something to this effect ...

Hope you break your f--king neck

As soon as I read that I complained but Wagner and others merely fobbed me off.

In her written response to Wagner, she wrote that her Team Leader instructed her to delete that alleged message!


How could she delete a non-existent voice-mail message?


It was their way to justify to brand me a "Risky" claimant!


That now being in my ACC file which is seen by Reviewers and Judges makes them think I am an evil person!


This is how ACC operated then, and still do, when claimants get too close to the truth on how they exit claimants!



Read my story here: http://accforum.nz/t...an-van-helmond/

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I have many issues with the way AON, Catalyst and ACC managed my 1992 lower back injury claim between 2000 and 2002.

Not only did Leanne MacDonnell & Dr Robert Percival interfere with the assessment process, they wrote lies about me in my files.