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Old 04-29-2011, 02:23 PM   #151
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Remember This Before Taking a GCCF Final Claim

I just wanted all the people who are thinking about taking a GCCF final claim for $5,000 or $25,000 or whatever amount the GCCF is offering you to think twice. GCCF (BP) made up the rules, and told you that you would only get 2 years of compensationó the first year being 2010 and the final year being 2011. They had BP experts tell everybody that the region would recover in 2011. The ďexpertsĒ that told us that were paid for by BP.


Did they consider the oil still on the bottom of the gulf ?
Did they consider a possible hurricane bringing it all to the beaches?
Did they consider that the whole region could possibly become sick from the Sh.. they sprayed in the gulf to cover up their mess?
Did they consider the tourists still not coming back ?
Did they consider what the oil and dispersant would do to the food chain in the gulf ?
Did they consider how peopleís lives down here were affected by their oil spill ?

They did not consider any of these things when they bought experts to make up stories about the oil being gone and the region recovering in 2011. The only thing they considered was the money they would save for writing the BS they were writing.
I want you to consider these things before you take a GCCF final claim. I want you to consider if you want to go along with what BP and the GCCF says and take that as the truth, or if you want a court of the people to make the decision about whatís fair.
I want you to consider the money they are offering you. Do you think itís enough, or do you think you could get more by doing something about it yourself?

I wonít dance around it; Iím going to say screw BP and the GCCF and tell them they are not running the show, and I think everyone else should do the same. I will go after them with everything I have and make them pay for what they did to my life and my familyís life, and our beautiful waters and fishing grounds.

I want you to get what you deserve, and I truly believe that the only way to do that is to hire an attorney, the kind that will not just settle with the GCCF and take whatever they are offering you. Hire the kind of attorney that will fight for you in court and take BP all the way to the end stop where a jury will decide what you should get as damages. I want the image of BP to be as black as the oil they put in our waters, I want you to go after them and their image to get the maximum amount of money you can get by a court in this great land. Why settle for less than what you have lost? Donít let them tell you what you have lost or make up the rules of how to determine your losses, donít let them set the rules. Let the courts set the rules.

It will take an extra year if you follow my advice, but you will get ten times more out of it and you will hurt BP where it hurts them the most and that is their image and their pocketbook. You will get all that you have lost back from the past and what you could lose in the future but you will know at the end of the day that you did all you could do to bring BP to justice for what they did to your job opportunities, you family, and your way of life.

I hope that after reading this you will know what you need to do. http://www.bp-claim.com

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Old 05-04-2011, 05:38 PM   #152
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Hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!!! Dang, I think I wet myself.

GCCF accountant called me today to explain their methodology. If you think Pres Bush used fuzzy math, talk to one of these guys. The method everyone used in 2010 to figure their losses for 2010 is out the window. Even though it was acceptable last year, they are using the new methodology to figure past payouts. So after my head spun around and spewed green stuff, I started laughing. What a joke this is. Doesn't really matter what your actually profit and losses were, they use their percentages of loss and they came up with, they paid me too much on the emergency claims last year. Even though my actually figures show that they owe me money, their figures show that I owe them and if I file a future claim, the over payment will be deducted from the claim.
And so where is this new methodology written at I asked, in front of me he replied. Nowhere is the new methodology written for the public to see. Of course he has the worksheet in front of him, whereas you have nothing and trying to listen and understand, is impossible. I told him I was just a dumb mechanic and let me tell him how to rebuild an engine and then he could tell me how much of that he understood afterward.

BTY, I made a mistake. My final claim offer was $25,000.26, not $25,000.49. I asked if the 26 cents was an accountant's joke but found out accountants don't laugh. He said no that after using the new methodology and subtracting the over payment, that is what my settlement would come to.

Wife wants to wait til we get through hurricane season anyway. I'm in no hurry. Well maybe to hit the head and make sure I didn't wet myself.
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Old 05-04-2011, 05:50 PM   #153
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you not the first one i herd say that gccf said they don't owe u any thingcriminals is what they are now they are suing trans-ocean for 40Billion
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Old 05-04-2011, 05:57 PM   #154
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@TheCaptKen
I like the part of waiting until after hurricane season that I think is very smart. If you can wait and see how things go its always better to wait.

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How was the fishing tournament ? Are you calling me this week so we can meet up ?
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Old 05-04-2011, 06:09 PM   #155
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Remember this isn't BP, it's our federal govt appointed claims specialist who is being paid 125 million per month, plus who knows what if he saves BP some money. When the claim was being paid by BP I was getting pretty good results. GCCF has reduced my loss of earnings by 44%. This is for saved expenses because the condo isn't getting rented/used. Hmmmm, I thought this was what the claim was all about. How the f---- do they think we are saving money by not renting the condo? The claims rep I talked to said this was an industry standard and there was nothing they could do about it. I understand that I souldn't be paid for the 25% rental commission, but my fixed expenses keep on going. The adjuster said they reduced the power bill by 25% because we didn't have people staying there. I explained that we still have to keep the heat and air set on 76 degrees to prevent mildew. He said if we had people staying there they would open the doors and crank the ac down, that is what he does when he rents a condo!!!!
I have talked to another rep today and requested a call from an accountant who can explain what they are doing, what expenses they think we are saving, etc. They promised acct would call within 3-5 days. They are using every delay tactic possible to make us sign the final settlement.
If I hadn't handled insurance claims in my pre retirement career, I would probably believe this crap. I never treated claimants this way, and I don't want to be treated like this.
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Old 05-04-2011, 06:47 PM   #156
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Good post Buckyt. This is BP trying to make up law, that is not law. They are trying to tell people what is an industry standard when their job is plain and simple. They should pay out 100% of a person or a business loss. The Oil Pollution Act is what is the law on this subject. I am no lawyer but it does not say pay the victims 60% of what they lost. It says pay them 100% of what they lost in the past and what they will loose in the future because of the oil that was released in the Gulf Of Mexico.
Just because BP decides to take a dump in the gulf and not flush does not mean you should not get compensation for it. You should get 100% of all your past and future loses covered. If they are not willing to pay that the let a court decide and they will pay 10 times as much as you asked for. That is the name of the game right now. People that can wait should wait for the right money.

If the media was still interested in this story everybody would get paid right away, as all BP cares about is their image.
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Old 05-04-2011, 08:04 PM   #157
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BP, I still don't blame BP for this claims handling fiasco. I blame Mr. Feinberg. He is making up these rediculous rules and his people are just following the "x-perts" direction.
X-pert is a drip under pressure. We just need to know where the pressure is coming from!
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Old 05-04-2011, 10:10 PM   #158
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Buckyt, You need to blame BP its them that is pulling Mr. Feinbergs strings or rather not giving him enough money to work with. There are 850,000 claims out there and they give him 1.25 billion dollars every 3 months. That is the real problem. If you do some quick math on that it means GCCF is able to pay everybody $1,470 every 3 month.

BP is to blame all the way in my opinion.
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BP is certainly responsible for the spill, the deaths, and the loss of business we are experiencing, but I got more claim payment from BP than I have received since Feinberg took charge. Hmmm, something stinks and it's not just the dead fish!
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What really toasts my oats is that when I figured my interim claim at the end of December, the methodology was clear on how they wanted businesses to figure the losses. I even went over the method with one of the local adjusters and he agreeded that was the approved method. Now they have changed the methodology of figuring the losses and making it retroactive back into the emergency claim time. So with the new methodology, instead of using actually expense figures, they are using averages and coming up with less losses per claim. But one thing that did come out with my conversation with the accountant, instead of using a cost of living increase of 3.3% over the 2009 figures, they used 8.66%. So this weekend I'm going to refigure my losses using the new COLA percentage, and file with the CG. I don't think they can apply new methodology to previous approved claims.
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