United States Office of Personnel Management Reviews
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I called 1-80*-767-****, which is listed in some places for OPM instead of the real number:1-88*-767-****. What I got was people offering to sell me something, asking for personal information and transferring me from person to person, but never getting me to whoever I needed to talk to. This is outrageous! Someone should shut this scam down!
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The company charged me twice and I never got one. Also every time y'all contact me you call me Hyland
To expose the incredibly incompetent U.S. Government Office of Personnel Management
July 13, 2016 Dear Senator Warner (Virginia)) Here we go again! Due to recent move to follow and help our older son, who retired from the Marine Corps, after a career including fighting in heavy combat in Iraq and Afghanistan, and moved, with his family, to Apex, North Carolina, we needed to again change federal tax with-holding from my federal retirement annuity.. However when I tried to do that, the situation was similar, with some variation, to that I described to you in my previous correspondence. This time, I tried to login, was told my password was out of date, but that they (OPM) would email me a temporary one to use. That they did, but when I tried, many, many times, to login by entering my CSA number and the temporary password, and clicking submit, the only thing that would happen is both my CSA # and the temporary password would, literally disappear. Although we’ve moved to a different state, PLEASE help me again with this incredibly incompetent bunch! Kevin Rodden4808 Greenpoint Lane Holly Springs, North Carolina919-762-****kevinrodden@***.com February 8, 2016 Beth ColbertDirector, U.S. Office of Personnel Management Dear Ms. Cobert I’ve tried many times via OPM email, retire@***.gov, or via the OPM telephone #, 1-88*-767-**** for Federal Retirement and Benefits, to get in touch with OPM re my federal annuity. OPM has not responded to the first email I sent them, and all I’ve gotten is a busy signal the dozen or more times I’ve tried the OPM tele #, 1-88*-767-****. The reason I’ve been trying to contact OPM is that, when I’ve tried to log into my annuity acct to make some tax withholding changes, I get a message saying I can’t because it’s been over 15 months since I’ve accessed the account, even though I set it up less than 15 months ago???I had to laugh when I tried the OPM Washington tele #, 202-606-****, punched # 2 for Federal Retirement and Benefits, was told it was no longer operative, to hang up and dial 1-80*-767-****, and of course got a busy signal on that tele # as always.Donald Trump is right---the Federal government is being managed by incompetents. I’m going to do at least three thing to expose that incompetence:• Complain to my congressman about OPM’s incompetence (I’ve already done this)• Complain to the media, e.g., the Washington Post, about OPM’s incompetence (I’ve already done this)• And mount a social media campaign to expose OPM’s incompetence Kevin Rodden7177 Freemont Hill Ct. Warrenton, Va 201875**-**6-3934kevinrodden@***.com
Cary, North Carolina
- Incredible incompetence
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Poor customer service
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Personell Management - Clearance Reinvestigation Review
In April 2014 I was contacted by Special Imvestigator Tahani Parishan from the Office of Personell Management (OPM) from telephone number 619-733-**** to schedule a periodic background clearance reinvestigation. After approximately one week she began calling me and encouraged me to call her on nearly a daily basis. At times these conversations lasted for an hour or more, became extremely casual (for example we'd talk as she was driving on the way to the courthouse and sometimes after normal working hours, and the personal topics we discussed extended far beyond the scope of any matters I have discussed with investigators in the past). During one of our conversations she told me that she was not technically supposed to be talking to me on the telephone that much and not to tell anybody about it. And that even though we had been talking on the phone so much-it was not something that she normally did or was authorized to do and that "when we meet its going to be all business." Although I found this comment unusual she told me that it would help expedite my clearance process since she was so busy so I didn't really feel it would be in my best interest to disagree with her as the subject of her investigation. Looking back I it seems as if those protocols are in place for a very good reason -and that's to make sure that there is never any possibility of future misunderstandings when it comes to making similar telephone calls that could be considered inappropriate. I honestly feel as though this investigator set a very poor precedent for me to try to understand and adhere to. One of the reasons I say this is becuase I called and left a message several months ago to inform her my identity had been stolen -clearly important -and another time to inform hwr that I had finally won a lawsuit we had discussed in detail -and that she stated I should make her aware of in terma of the outcome. Obviously I was very surprised to hear last month that she had called my federal employer who threatened to drop my clearance if I did not stop "harassing her." This is the most ridiculous thing I have ever heard of and seems to be a good basis for a defamation lawsuit that -at a bare minimum would result in the court and OPM subpoenaing her phone bill to show she was taking to me for hours on end in direct violation of OPM protocol. I believe she works for Omniplex Worldwide Service Corporation.
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