No doubt many former teaching colleagues and State Super ‘beneficiaries’ have lately received a bumptious, presumptuous and condescending piece of ‘advice’ (in my case date May 27) from one Nada Siratkova, Head of Member Services, SAS Trustee Corporation.
We are advised in this edict that SSFS (State Super Financial Services), a love-child of SAS, will be given details of our financial dealings with SAS regardless of whether or not we want it to happen, unless we ‘opt out’ before July 1 this year (I did say it was bumptious).
I doubt that my financial details will be going to SSFC after my reply to SAS Trustee Corp and I advise all my fellow members to tell SAS to take a running jump and/or to mind their own bloody business … strangely enough, we can still make our own decisions, even if we are older than 50!
Of course, members can ignore the advice and then put up with a lot of bumf from SSFS trying to get hold of their money. It’s up to them.